Yo, I heard you like unit tests, bro! JetRunner is the illest name in unit testing!
npm install jetrunner
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|Dependencies (8)||express, jade, soda, browserstack, optimist, colors, tap, tap-results|
JetRunner. (the baddliest name in UNIT TESTING)
Who sayz you can't haz it all?
* The source file is actually not required; you can just run a stand-alone unit test file.
Full documentation is pending, but for now:
- [optional] PhantomJS (http://phantomjs.org/download.html) - If you want to run tests locally using the PhantomJS ("phantomjs") driver. (PhantomJS is optional - you can use JetRunner manually by running
jetrunner --server startand just running each test "by hand" in your local browser.)
- [optional] BrowserStackTunnel - If you want to use the BrowserStack ("browserstack") driver, AND want to use the vendor-provided tunnel service (and is currently running.)
- [optional] SauceLabsConnect - If you want to use the SauceLabs Connect/Selenium Web Driver ("saucelabs") driver, AND want to use the vendor-provided tunnel service (and it's currently running.)