Jasmine Unit Tests
#What is Jasmine?
#Jasmine Key Features
Most recognizable Jasmine features include:
- Behavior-driven syntax: Jasmine provides a syntax that is easy to read and write, allowing developers to focus on the behavior of their code.
- Test runners: Jasmine comes with built-in test runners that make it easy to run tests in the browser or on the command line.
- Spies: Jasmine provides a powerful spying and mocking framework, allowing developers to test their code in isolation.
- Easy setup and teardown: Jasmine makes it easy to set up and tear down test environments, reducing the amount of boilerplate code needed in tests.
- Custom matchers: Jasmine allows developers to define custom matchers, making it easy to test for complex or specific behaviors.
- HTML and CI integration: Jasmine can be integrated with HTML and continuous integration systems, making it easy to incorporate testing into a development workflow.
Some of the Jasmine use-cases are:
- Integration testing: Jasmine can also be used for integration testing, allowing developers to test the interactions between components in a system.
- End-to-end testing: Jasmine can be used for end-to-end testing, allowing developers to test the entire application flow, including the user interface.