Test driven development for Solidity

Julien Klepatch

Do you write tests for your Solidity smart contracts? Congrats if you do, and if don’t it’s time to start!

If you do, do you write your Solidity smart contract first, and only after your tests? There is a better way 🙂 It’s called Test-driven-development (TDD), and it consist in writing your test first.

Surprising? Well, it does provide some big benefits. Watch this video to understand the whole process and the benefits it brings you when you develop your Solidity smart contracts.


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