I can do a whole feature in a few days in React but it will take weeks using Angular because I'm gonna be stuck for days on stupid bullshit like tests.

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    Go sit in the naughty corner until you can learn to write your tests like a grown up. There's a good lad.
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    Yeah, I don't get it either. Marble test errors are staggeringly useful. In a sequence of events that may define an entire business process, they tell you the stream mismatch, the conflicting data (in git-style diff notation, no less) and where the data was incongruent. Which basically tells you what part of the code behaved inconsistently.
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    just a reminder,

    tests save lives
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    @AlmondSauce I know how to test my own code, but Angular Material is such a shitshow you can spend days on an unexpected behavior.
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    @SortOfTested except half of the data flowing in angular isn't contained in observables at all (looking at you BidireCtIoNal BinDinG). If I could feed observables to material, I would, but the tool isn't even consistant with its own standard.
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    @SortOfTested wait a sec I never had the expected-recieved marble schema, I only have the diff which I find very unclear. Is this a new feature?
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