Articles on jasmine

Jared Carroll

Jared Carroll

Asynchronous JavaScript Testing in Jasmine, Mocha, and Vows

The rise in popularity of JavaScript, especially on the server-side, has introduced more and more developers to asynchronous programming. Asynchronous, event-driven programming also requires a change in testing. In this post, we’ll look at how three popular JavaScript testing frameworks support testing asynchronous code.

Ben Lindsey

Ben Lindsey

Behavior Driven Development for node.js

On Tuesday night, the San Francisco Server Side JavaScripters had an excellent meetup hosted by the folks at CBS Interactive. I gave a short talk on using zombie.js with jasmine-node to test drive your node.js application under automation. Here is the video: Here are the slides from my presentation: http://node-bdd.heroku.com And here is the source

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