Final Exam: Apprentice Programmer


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Overview/Description

Final Exam: Apprentice Programmer will test your knowledge and application of the topics presented throughout the Apprentice Programmer track of the Skillsoft Aspire Web Programmer to Apprentice Programmer Journey.



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Lesson Objectives

Final Exam: Apprentice Programmer

  • articulate features of the Adapter pattern
  • compare and contrast the should and expect APIs in Chai
  • compare numeric values in tests
  • compare numeric values using Assert
  • configure different reporters in Mocha
  • configure fakes with specific behavior
  • create an object to be used in test cases
  • create stubs for object methods
  • define design patterns
  • define helper functions for the factory pattern
  • describe features of the Prototype pattern
  • describe how different data types can be tested using Should.js
  • describe how event handling works on the browser
  • describe the characteristics of the Command pattern
  • describe the characteristics of the Iterator pattern
  • describe the characteristics of the State pattern
  • describe the Fa├žade pattern
  • describe the Factory and abstract factory patterns
  • describe the key features of the constructor pattern
  • describe the Mixin pattern
  • describe the Module and Revealing Module patterns
  • describe the principles of good design
  • describe the Proxy pattern
  • describe the use of sandboxes for testing
  • determine whether objects are instances of other objects
  • identify principles of good design
  • illustrate inefficient memory usage for granular objects
  • implement private functions with the Module pattern
  • implement private variables with the Module pattern
  • implement publishers and subscribers
  • implement the Builder pattern
  • implement the Iterator mixin
  • implement the Prototype pattern
  • install and configure the Mocha testing environment
  • install Mocha and Sinon on your local machine
  • install the Chai library on your local machine
  • install the Unit.js assertion library
  • perform asynchronous tests using fakes with promises
  • perform pattern matching and substring checks using Should.js
  • prepare Mocha tests to run within a browser
  • recall characteristics of the Builder pattern
  • recall the basic principles of the Singleton pattern
  • recall the characteristics of the Composite pattern
  • recall the characteristics of the Flyweight pattern
  • recall the characteristics of the Mediator pattern
  • recall the different styles that can be used with the Should.js API
  • recall the key characteristics of the Observer pattern
  • recall the principles of the Decorator pattern
  • recognize the use of the beforeEach() and afterEach() hooks in tests
  • run basic assertions using Must.js
  • run Mocha tests in a browser
  • set up helpers for the Decorator pattern
  • set up the Mediator as a workflow object
  • use assertions to test boolean values
  • use fakes to record function invocations
  • use Mixins in the Underscore.js library
  • use Object.create() and new Object() to create objects
  • use sandboxes to simplify testing
  • use the literal object notation to construct objects
  • work with arrays and array elements
  • Course Number:
    it_fewpap_04_enus

    Expertise Level
    Intermediate