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karmatic - 🦑 Easy automatic (headless) browser testing. Powered by Karma, Webpack & Jasmine.

  •    Javascript

A simplified zero-configuration wrapper around Karma, Webpack, Jasmine & Puppeteer. Karma, Webpack and Jasmine are all great. They're all also quite powerful and each highly configurable. When creating and maintaining small modules, duplication of these configurations and dependencies is cumbersome.

isparta - A code coverage tool for ES6 (babel/6to5)

  •    Javascript

Isparta is a code coverage tool for ES6 using babel. Its intention is to be used with karma and karma-coverage, which provides code coverage reports using istanbul.




Jasmine-Matchers - A huge library of test matchers for Jasmine and Jest.

  •    Javascript

A huge library of test matchers for a range of common use-cases, compatible with all versions of Jasmine and Jest. Custom Matchers make tests easier to read and produce relevant and useful messages when they fail.

burnside - Fast and Reliable E2E Web Testing with only Javascript

  •    Javascript

Burnside is an easy to use, modular, and extendable End to End (E2E) testing tool. Burnside leverages the flexibility of JavaScript and the power of modern Browser APIs to inject logic and scripting into your website, without the slowdown of networking for every individual command. Burnside is a modular ecosystem based on a core that runs inside of a Browser. The CLI bundles Karma and Webpack to load your tests within Chrome, but you can use Burnside's core with any Test Runner you'd like to set up.


test-device-manager - Keep-alive test browsers and redirect them to a test server on command.

  •    Javascript

Keep-alive test browsers and redirect them to a test server on command.

angular-es6-webpack-boilerplate - AngularJS 1

  •    Javascript

All scripts are run with npm run [script], for example: npm run test.See what each script does by looking at the scripts section in package.json.

karma-seed

  •    Javascript

A seed project for using the Karma test framework

ShouldIT - A language agnostic BDD framework.

  •    Javascript

This is a BDD tool for checking and spec-ing tests against beautiful looking feature files written in MarkDown.The quickest way to get going and have a flavour of how this works is through the examples.

random-user-coverage - A coverage example with ES6 via babel, Karma, and Webpack

  •    Javascript

This little app is just to demonstrate setting up code coverage on an app for a talk I'm giving. Fun stuff.

karma-ievms - Karma launcher for ievms virtual machines

  •    Javascript

Karma launcher for ievms virtual machines. This Karma plugin adds browser launchers for ievms virtual machines. This allows for testing across multiple versions of Internet Explorer simultaneously.

karma-telemetry - Karma Framework for running performance tasks using Telemetry

  •    Javascript

Adapter for running the Chromium Telemetry performance benchmarks for Karma. This plugin runs with Karma and is ideal for testing the rendering performance of components in frameworks. It reports various rendering metrics like first paint time, mean frame time, load time, etc. It can be integrated with continuous integration systems to ensure that the performance of components do not degrade over time.

es6-tests - unit tests for every es6 feature

  •    Javascript

I'm testing my tests using the wonderful babel transpiler. Their ES6 coverage is excellent but not yet 100%. I'm skipping the tests that aren't yet covered so that Travis stays green. I'm certainly not trying to compete with the great work of test262. This is purely to improve my own understanding of the ES6 spec – and I figure writing tests from scratch (with no cribbing) is the best way to achieve that.





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