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Unit testing your Javascript with jasmine

 Jasmine is a very popular JavaScript behavior-driven development (In BDD, you write tests before writing actual code) framework for unit testing JavaScript applications. It provides utilities that can be used to run automated tests for both synchronous and asynchronous code.
 Unit testing your Javascript with jasmine
4.4 (175 ratings)
1,270 students enrolled
Created by Juan Lizarazo, Reynaldo Pena
Last updated 10/2018
What you'll learn
  • Write clean suites, specs and expectations.
  • Isolate dependencies on units through test doubles (spies).
  • Automate test runs through continuous integration from version control using a headless browser and a test runner.
  • Set up jasmine as their unit testing framework from scratch.
  • Configure setup and teardown for suites.
  • Understand how matchers work in Jasmine.
  • Write custom matchers and include them in your project.
  • Consume third party matchers.
  • Test asynchronous code.
  • Run unit tests both from a web browser and from a terminal through a test runner.
  • Generate code coverage reports.
  • Improve dependency management through a package manager.
  • Basic familiarity with HTML, JavaScript (and basic CSS for an optional lecture)
  • NO knowledge of Jasmine or unit testing is required.
Jasmine is a behavior-driven development framework for testing JavaScript code. It does not depend on any other JavaScript frameworks. It does not require a Document Object Model (DOM) and it has a clean, obvious syntax so that you can easily write tests.

If you want to stand out as a JavaScript developer, you need to learn how to unit test your code. Jasmine is a great way to do so.

By the end of watching this course, you'll be able to:
  • Understand what is unit testing and why it is important in today's market.
  • Set up jasmine from scratch.
  • Write clean and concise suites, specs and specifications.
  • Understand and use all of the out-of-the-box jasmine matchers and create your custom ones and include them in your project.
  • Isolate dependencies through test-doubles, known as spies in Jasmine, for true unit testing.
  • Unit test asynchronous code.
  • Setup test reports and continuous integration from version control to automate your test runs.
  • Apply best practices when structuring your tests.

With this course, you'll get downloadable source code, slides and section notes.

This is a beginner and intermediate course.
No previous unit testing experience is needed, just basic familiarity with JavaScript, html and a bit of css (just optional when building our course project).
You don't need previous experience with a testing framework at all. We've got you covered!
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