Hey DEV! My team is looking for a better way to manage QA, and I'd love to hear how others are doing it.
We're a small team of 5, and we're in an agency, which means our work is project based, with hard deadlines and budgets. We don't have any dedicated QA people, so we're leaning towards a "everyone does their own QA" type approach, perhaps paired up with peer code reviews just to get a second set of eyes on each commit.
Most of our work is front-end, with a lot of JS (node), but we also do some backend microservices, and a couple of larger backend apps (node\express, or Rails).
The Rails apps are typically my domain, and I use TDD to ensure everything is tested, but I'm not sure how to implement that approach to front-end projects.
I'd love to hear any ideas or advice you've got. Thanks!