DOM-less simple JavaScript testing framework
JavaScript Other
Latest commit 3de6006 Jul 21, 2016 @Gerg Gerg committed on GitHub Merge pull request #1158 from benchristel/move-functions-to-higher-scope
Restructure eq code and tests
Failed to load latest commit information.
grunt Grunt task for compass should prefix command with 'bundle exec' Feb 15, 2016
images Smushed with PNG Gauntlet. Jun 6, 2014
lib Update devDependencies and fix issues from this Jul 20, 2016
release_notes Bump version to 2.4.1 Dec 3, 2015
spec De-dup test setup Jul 21, 2016
src Move functions in to a higher scope Jul 21, 2016
.editorconfig Add .editorconfig file Feb 28, 2016
.gitignore remove dist zips from the repo. They should all be available on githu… Apr 28, 2015
.gitmodules Re-add pages submodule for release build script Dec 3, 2012
.jshintrc add single quote check to jshint and fix src files for that Feb 24, 2014
.npmignore Add a basic bower config Jan 26, 2015
.rspec Setup Travis build Dec 3, 2012
.travis.yml Update ruby version on travis to let rack install Jul 14, 2016 Add notes about "ready for work" label Jul 2, 2015
Gemfile Use new jasmine github repo url Jan 14, 2015
Gruntfile.js Don't use deprecated `onComplete` syntax for jasmine-npm Mar 4, 2015 Add package.json to egg to get correct version number Mar 14, 2014
MIT.LICENSE Update license year range to 2016 Jan 18, 2016 Update license year range to 2016 Jan 17, 2016 Merge branch 'kkirsche-patch-1' Jun 12, 2015
Rakefile Add in default rake task Feb 16, 2014
bower.json Remove moot `version` property from bower.json Jun 10, 2015
jasmine-core.gemspec Update release notes and bump version for 2.2.0 Feb 2, 2015
package.json Update devDependencies and fix issues from this Jul 21, 2016
requirements.txt Create jasmine-core python egg Mar 11, 2014 Update release notes and bump version for 2.2.0 Feb 2, 2015 Use the travis sauce connect addon May 18, 2015 Use the Gemfile from the docs repo Oct 1, 2014 Add test script to package.json Feb 4, 2015

Build Status Code Climate

A JavaScript Testing Framework

Jasmine is a Behavior Driven Development testing framework for JavaScript. It does not rely on browsers, DOM, or any JavaScript framework. Thus it's suited for websites, Node.js projects, or anywhere that JavaScript can run.

Documentation & guides live here: For a quick start guide of Jasmine 2.0, see the beginning of

Upgrading from Jasmine 1.x? Check out the 2.0 release notes for a list of what's new (including breaking interface changes). You can also read the upgrade guide.


Please read the contributors' guide


For the Jasmine NPM module:

For the Jasmine Ruby Gem:

For the Jasmine Python Egg:

To install Jasmine standalone on your local box:

  • Download the standalone distribution for your desired release from the releases page
  • Create a Jasmine directory in your project - mkdir my-project/jasmine
  • Move the dist to your project directory - mv jasmine/dist/ my-project/jasmine
  • Change directory - cd my-project/jasmine
  • Unzip the dist - unzip

Add the following to your HTML file:

<link rel="shortcut icon" type="image/png" href="jasmine/lib/jasmine-2.0.0/jasmine_favicon.png">
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="jasmine/lib/jasmine-2.0.0/jasmine.css">

<script type="text/javascript" src="jasmine/lib/jasmine-2.0.0/jasmine.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="jasmine/lib/jasmine-2.0.0/jasmine-html.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="jasmine/lib/jasmine-2.0.0/boot.js"></script>

Supported environments

Jasmine tests itself across many browsers (Safari, Chrome, Firefox, PhantomJS, and new Internet Explorer) as well as node. To see the exact version tests are run against look at our .travis.yml



Maintainers Emeritus

Copyright (c) 2008-2016 Pivotal Labs. This software is licensed under the MIT License.