Jazz Hands is a set of rake tasks that permit you to run Jasmine Javascript tests against your Rails project
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Jazzhands
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Installation
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script/generate rspec
script/plugin install git://github.com/thatcher/env-js.git
script/plugin install git://github.com/pivotal/jasmine.git
script/plugin install git://github.com/ragaskar/jazzhands.git 


Example
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rake javascript
rake spec

Some Helpful Hints
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Jazzhands is still very much in its infancy. Good patterns for unit and integration test usage are still being developed. 

* document.ready/onLoad events do not auto-fire (according to http://github.com/thatcher/env-js/). You may need to fire these events manually (for example, calling jQuery.ready() in your test).

* The document.body.innerHTML is set to an empty string after each test, but we do not currently reload the document. This may produce interesting state bugs if you are setting vars in the window. 

* Use console.log or console.error to print out debugging info in your source files or tests.

* Use jasmine.include or load to include files you want to test in your suites. These files currently load into the document context and their unloading is not managed by jazzhands.

* JSON handling is not so great -- we try to use the ActiveSupport::JSON if available, otherwise we require the JSON gem. These operate differently (and yet in the same namespace!), so if the wrong one is loaded in jasmine_spec.rb you may find unexpected fails occuring in your suites (that deal with JSON). 

Big thanks to Christian Williams for his help with Rhino integration.

Copyright (c) 2009 Rajan Agaskar, released under the MIT license