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Who's Using Jasmine?
Using Jasmine in your project? Let the world know about it here. Please include a website and source (if you can share it) to help educate others.
Count it Down
This is my entry in the 10K Apart Challenge. It is a countdown clock. Enter a clock title and an end date and time and it will count it down for you. It sports smooth clock animations, before specific digits change they will flash red, and you can share your clock w/ friends through a url generated by your title and end date and time.
Jasmine was essential in this project. First I wrote all the specs for an uncompressed version. When it was time to compress every little bit of code, I updated my specs w/ the renaming and refactoring for a smaller size. It was very intense, for example the Clock class because just 'K' and all the jquery methods were aliased to 'a' or 'rc' or 'x'. Without Jasmine double checking all of my renaming, I would have gone insane.
-- Roy Kolak
The privacy aware, personally controlled, do-it-all, open source social network.
We're currently backfilling specs for existing js (which has been an educational process) and will be TDDing it moving forward.
-- Sarah Mei
We're using Jasmine at EaselTV for some JS/HTML based TV apps.
Flite is a cloud-based ad platform that enables marketers to deliver ads people love. Our platform allows advertisers, agencies, and publishers to create, serve, and measure ads that are as dynamic as the Web.
An online personal finance software with enhanced money management tools. We are using Jasmine for testing our project's html5 web version (UI developed using Backbone.Marionette) and the Android application (based on Rhomobile). Around 800 tests have been developed to ensure an error-free project performance.
Nokia OVI maps API
We are using Jasmine for basic unit testing our API. web: http://api.maps.ovi.com/
Viadeo is a professional social network with over 40 million members. Viadeo is used by those who want to increase their business opportunities, enhance their visibility & online reputation and manage and develop their network of professional contacts.
Weplay aims to be the online home of youth sports. Our users are coaches, players, and parents involved in team sports including soccer, football, baseball, cheerleading and more. We provide tools including scheduling, messaging, photo/video sharing and virtual awards, for coaches and parents to organize their team's online presence. Our younger users also use Weplay to engage with their friends, play games, and earn incentives. A vibrant community is also emerging around our offerings for Skills & Drills and Questions & Answers.
A recent contribution to our Weplay fork of jasmine is the ability to specify Sprocket-style "require" lines
-- Ross Kaffenberger
While our parent project repository is privately hosted, we currently incorporate and contribute to 63 (yikes!) public repositories, including jasmine and jasmine-gem
Wikimedia Foundation Multimedia Usability Project
Improved uploader tool for Wikimedia Commons.