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A quick overview of Outside's journey to rid its Drupal 7 site of jQuery and use emerging standards

Puppeteer allows you to do anything you would do manually in Chrome but through code. Need a screenshot? Want to test form inputs? Need to test your web speed? Puppeteer can do all that and more.

At the end of this tutorial, we will have a fully working test that implements Puppeteer, Mocha, and Chai for Outside Online.

Today, we are going to work on customizing tests by passing in custom parameters.

Kelsey will edit Fitness stories for the website and the print magazine

First off, before I go any further, if you operate a Drupal site and have not applied these patches already, please patch your site right now.

The DOMDocument is a class built in to PHP that helps developers navigate an HTML document tree and provides methods to help interact with the document.

A patch is a specific file that outlines all the changes made between two sets of files.

Outside is the essential guide dedicated to covering the people, sports and activities, politics, art, literature, and hardware of the outdoors.

We want to share with the development community some of what we have learned while building Outside Online.

The build tools and systems we use at Outside to manage our code, our development, and most importantly, our deployment

Do you have a technical issue you'd like to tell us about? What about general praise or criticism? Give it to us here! All feedback will be read and considered.

This May we've partnered with REI to celebrate the unapologetic, fierce women around the world—those who live bravely, chasing dreams and fighting to be heard. This Women's Issue is just the beginning.

At Outside, we pride ourselves on publishing independent gear and product reviews that put our readers first, and high-quality content will always be our first priority. Every product featured in our editorial gear coverage has been picked—and in many cases abused—by either our editors or our team of freelance testers.

Keeps pushing editorial and digital boundaries

“What the heck is RSS?” Don't be put off by the acronym. It's short for Really Simple Syndication, and it's a really fast, efficient feature that lets you collect your favorite Web content in one place. Instead of wading through Google results to get the outdoor-adventure stories you…

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Features are the longform articles our readers know and love. These longreads showcase our strongest writers, most ambitious reporting, and award-winning storytelling about the outdoors.

America's leading active-lifestyle and adventure-travel magazine is looking for an assistant editor to join its print team. Think you have what it takes? Apply now. Outside magazine, America's leading active-lifestyle and adventure-travel magazine dedicated to covering the sports, people, places, adventures, discoveries, health and fitness, gear and apparel, trends, and events…

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