To get you started you can simply clone the
angular-unit-test repository and install the dependencies:
We also use a number of Node.js tools to initialize and test
angular-seed. You must have Node.js
and its package manager (npm) installed. You can get them from [here][node].
angular-seed repository using git:
git firstname.lastname@example.org:masudiiuc/angular-unit-test.git cd angular-unit-test
We have two kinds of dependencies in this project: tools and Angular framework code. The tools help us manage and test the application.
We have preconfigured
npm to automatically run
bower so we can simply do:
Behind the scenes this will also call
bower install. After that, you should find out that you have
two new folders in your project.
node_modules- contains the npm packages for the tools we need
app/bower_components- contains the Angular framework files
Note that the
bower_components folder would normally be installed in the root folder but
angular-seed changes this location through the
.bowerrc file. Putting it in the
makes it easier to serve the files by a web server.
There are two kinds of tests in the
angular-seed application: Unit tests and end-to-end tests.
Running Unit Tests
angular-unit-test app comes preconfigured with unit tests. These are written in [Jasmine][jasmine],
which we run with the [Karma][karma] test runner. We provide a Karma configuration file to run them.
- The configuration is found at
To run the Test,