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Examples of tests

All examples assume you have node and npm, and you know what is it.

First do in root of repo:

npm i

Most simple way - include all script's

Look in simple-mocha-should directory to look on most basic way to run tests with mocha and should. To repeat such steps:

Assume you in project folder

//if it is not inited before, provide some answers
npm init

// install dependencies
npm i --save-dev mocha should

./node_modules/.bin/mocha init folder_with_browser_tests

This will create basic structure you can see in simple-mocha-should, now you need to add script tags for should before your tests (mocha will add tests.js file by default). That is all, simple and practically useless. //if it is not inited before, provide some answers To run this example run npm run browser and open http://localhost:8080/simple-mocha-should/index.html

The same simple way but load tests with requirejs

In this example we load everything with requirejs, you can see simple-mocha-should-requirejs to understand how it works.

To run this example run npm run browser and open http://localhost:8080/simple-mocha-should-requirejs/index.html

Build test scripts with browserify

To run build of tests npm run build in folder browserify-mocha-should and then run as before:

npm run browser and open http://localhost:8080/browserify-mocha-should/index.html

Adding zuul

zuul allow automatically build tests in bundle and have good integration with sauce-labs. But you still need locally open each browser by hands for tests

Launch browsers with karma

Karma allow to run browser (also it sauce labs integration). All configuration happen in karma.conf.js files. To run tests just npm test.

karma-browserify-mocha-should contain example of using browserify to bundle files.

karma-requirejs-mocha-should contain example of using requirejs to load files

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