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Demo project to show how to test AMD modules using JsTestDriver and Jasmine
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JSTestDriver + Jasmine + RequireJS

This project demonstrates how you can test AMD modules with Jasmine using JSTestDriver. Unlike other setups like podefr/jasmine-reqjs-jstd these modules can be anonymous modules.

Run the tests

  1. Clone the repository
  2. cd to the project's root directory
  3. Start the JSTestDriver server: java -jar bin/JsTestDriver-1.3.4.b.jar --port 9876
  4. Open http://localhost:9876/capture in the browser(s) you want to run the tests in

    You can use phantomJS to run the tests with the included runner: /path/to/phantomjs spec/lib/phantom_runner.js http://localhost:9876/capture

  5. Run the test suite: java -jar bin/JsTestDriver-1.3.4.b.jar --reset --tests all

How does it work

RequireJS fetches the modules from the test server just like it would in a development environment. For this to work two things have to be done:

  1. JSTestDriver needs to be told to serve the modules. It does so for all files that match the pattern under the serve: directive in jsTestDriver.conf.

  2. All file paths need to be prefixed with /test/. This is done using the baseUrl configuration option in spec/lib/require_config.js.

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