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ava - Futuristic JavaScript test runner

  •    Javascript

Even though JavaScript is single-threaded, IO in Node.js can happen in parallel due to its async nature. AVA takes advantage of this and runs your tests concurrently, which is especially beneficial for IO heavy tests. In addition, test files are run in parallel as separate processes, giving you even better performance and an isolated environment for each test file. Switching from Mocha to AVA in Pageres brought the test time down from 31 to 11 seconds. Having tests run concurrently forces you to write atomic tests, meaning tests don't depend on global state or the state of other tests, which is a great thing!

enzyme - JavaScript Testing utilities for React

  •    Javascript

Enzyme is a JavaScript Testing utility for React that makes it easier to assert, manipulate, and traverse your React Components' output.Enzyme's API is meant to be intuitive and flexible by mimicking jQuery's API for DOM manipulation and traversal.

practicalnode - Practical Node.js, 1st and 2nd Editions [Apress] 📓

  •    Javascript

This is the manuscript (draft) and code for Practical Node.js, 2nd Edition [Apress, 2018]. It's work in progress and the draft will be completed in the end of 2017. For the code of the 1st edition, please visit 1st-edition.You can get final 2nd edition (pre-order now or buy when it's ready) at Apress: http://www.apress.com/us/book/9781484230381.

node-coveralls - lcov posting to coveralls.io

  •    Javascript

Coveralls.io support for node.js. Get the great coverage reporting of coveralls.io and add a cool coverage button ( like the one above ) to your README. This script ( bin/coveralls.js ) can take standard input from any tool that emits the lcov data format (including mocha's LCov reporter) and send it to coveralls.io to report your code coverage there.




mocha-phantomjs - :coffee: :ghost: Run client-side mocha tests in the command line through phantomjs

  •    Javascript

Ariya Hidayat archived phantomjs on March 3rd, 2018. (See this tweet for more info). phantomjs served us all as great headless browser for years, but now with Electron and headless modes for both Chrome and Firefox, we have much better options. mocha-chrome is a project inspired by mocha-phantomjs, so migration should be easy, and you will be running your tests on the same browser that 50% of your users actually use! I highly recommend it. I will accept pull requests still, but I won't be answering issues or doing feature work myself.

zuul - multi-framework javascript browser testing

  •    Javascript

Zuul is an easy way to test your javascript in browsers. Start testing your code in seconds locally and move to cloud based browsers seamlessly for better coverage. Zuul is different than other cross browser test runners in its simplicity and ability to easily run your test suite in many browsers without having them installed locally. It lets you iterate quickly during development and provide good browser coverage before release without worrying about missing a supported browser.


mocha - ☕️ simple, flexible, fun javascript test framework for node.js & the browser

  •    Javascript

Become a backer and show your support to our open source project. Does your company use Mocha? Ask your manager or marketing team if your company would be interested in supporting our project. Support will allow the maintainers to dedicate more time for maintenance and new features for everyone. Also, your company's logo will show on GitHub and on our site - who doesn't want a little extra exposure? Here's the info.

chimp - Develop acceptance tests & end-to-end tests with realtime feedback

  •    Javascript

An awesome developer-centric experience to writing tests with realtime feedback using Mocha, Jasmine or Cucumber.js. Chimp can be used with any technology stack as it allows your to write your test automation in the language of the web: JavaScript.

vue-webpack-typescript - A Vue, Webpack, Typescript, Bootstrap setup with hot reload, dynamic imports, unit testing, code coverage, sass, uncss and bundling/minification

  •    TypeScript

A Vue 2.5, Webpack 3.10, Typescript 2.7, Bootstrap 4.0 setup with hot reload, dynamic imports, unit testing, code coverage, sass and bundling/minification. See the changelog for updates.

just-api - Easy and Flexible API Testing

  •    Javascript

Just-API is a declarative, specification based test framework for REST, GraphQL APIs. Users can test APIs without writing code, but they can also tap into code when they want to. It reads API test specification from YAML files and runs them in serial/parallel mode. Test reports can be generated in several formats including HTML and JSON. To run just-api, you will need Node.js v7.10.0 or newer.

gulp-mocha - Run Mocha tests

  •    Javascript

Keep in mind that this is just a thin wrapper around Mocha and your issue is most likely with Mocha.🔥 Want to strengthen your core JavaScript skills and master ES6? I would personally recommend this awesome ES6 course by Wes Bos. You might also like his React course.

grunt-mocha - [MOVED] Grunt task for running mocha specs in a headless browser (PhantomJS)

  •    Javascript

Disqus has adopted this project and npm module, visit https://github.com/disqus/grunt-mocha for further updates. This plugin requires Grunt ~0.4.0. Use a 0.1.x tag of this plugin to use with Grunt ~0.3.0.

yeti - Yeti automates browser testing.

  •    Javascript

Yeti automates tests written for various test frameworks. Yeti scales from your dev box (where it works by itself) to your CI system (where it launches browsers with Selenium) without changing your existing tests. You can use any of these test frameworks with Yeti.

pact-js - JS version of Pact

  •    TypeScript

Implementation of the consumer driven contract library Pact for Javascript. The Pact family of frameworks provide support for Consumer Driven Contracts testing.

karma-mocha - A Karma plugin. Adapter for Mocha testing framework.

  •    Javascript

A Karma plugin. Adapter for Mocha testing framework.

mochify.js - ☕️ TDD with Browserify, Mocha, Headless Chrome and WebDriver

  •    Javascript

Browserifies ./test/*.js, decorated with a Mocha test runner, runs it in Headless Chrome and passes the output back to your console. Cleans up your stack traces by mapping back to the original sources and removing lines from the test framework.For proxy settings and other environment variables, see the Puppeteer documentation.