The biggest challenge in writing HTML5 applications is that your application must run on many platforms, ranging from old desktop browsers to cutting-edge mobile browsers. Each browser behaves nearly the same, but inconsistencies can lead to major bugs. Kevin Nilson, hardcore developer and VP of Engineering at just.me, shows you how to leverage several open source Java tools to test your HTML5 apps in ALL browsers, including: TestSwarm, QUnit, Jenkins, Hudson,Oracle VM VirtualBox, GlassFish Server. Filming courtesy of marakana.com
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