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You’re a TypeScript developer for a large company that sells stock photography. You’re responsible for the service that ingests images, and this service depends on another subservice: the pricing microservice. As proven by their individual unit tests, each service works as specified. But when the services are combined, new customers are locked into one pricing table—even those that should have access to pricing that fluctuates depending on factors like promotions, flash sales, and price-tuning. Working in IntelliJ WebStorm, you’ll solve this problem by writing an integration test that connects and runs the two services together, letting you reproduce the problem locally.
This liveProject is for developers with an intermediate-level understanding of TypeScript and object-oriented design. To begin these liveProjects you’ll need to be familiar with the following:TOOLS
In this liveProject, you’ll learn to use integration testing to connect and run two services together to address problems that only occur when they’re combined.
geekle is based on a wordle clone.