In this chapter, we learned how to design, create and use Mock Objects and Mock Services in our applications. We analyzed the characteristics that Mock Objects should have and understood how they can be used as representative use cases. We are now able to use Mock Objects & Services to accelerate the implementation of our applications and get a better sense of its overall functionality, long before all of its individual parts are completed.
In the next chapter, we will be introduced to client-side templating and learn how to generate complex HTML structures in the browser from readable templates efficiently. We will get an introduction to
Handlebars.js, analyze their conventions, evaluate their features and find which one better suits our taste.