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Easy

Easy, zero configuration setup for any Node.js project and minimal configuration for Browser-based projects.

Universal

Tests can be run anywhere; Node, your browser, even inside a Web Worker. Test your code where it runs.

Extensible

Flexible APIs for custom assertions, runners, and reporters mean you can extend QUnit to fit your needs.


A Quick Example

function add(a, b) {
  return a + b;
}

QUnit.module('add', hooks => {
  QUnit.test('two numbers', assert => {
    assert.equal(add(1, 2), 3);
  });
});

Browser Result

<iframe loading="lazy" title="The example test code running in the browser" src="/resources/example-add.html"></iframe>

CLI Result

TAP version 13
ok 1 add > two numbers
1..1
# pass 1
# skip 0
# todo 0
# fail 0

Current Release

v2.19.1 (changelog)

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