In this walkthrough, I'll be pulling out interesting changes from the git logs of the tdd-angular project. The entire code is on github. Each commit with an interesting change has a short hash, commit message, and some of the diff.
We'll be starting with the first bootstrap - going from an empty folder to a "hello world". In this app, it will be an HTML page. Along the way, we'll put in place the core of our functional testing suite, which will drive our high-level application needs, and some tools for testing the underlying server.
With a base server in place, we'll start working on building out the initial application logic. The client will use AngularJS, and will give us a good chance to exercise Selnium Webdriver JS Bindings.
After getting a tiny application, we'll iterate quickly on adding styling and some basic features to get to a minimum viable product (MVP) that saves, adds, and removes todos.
With the MVP, we can set up continuous integration and deployment. Then, it's off to the races!