Tyrtle has been designed for simplicity and legibility, with minimal pollution of the global namespace.
Here's an example of how you can write an assertion:
assert.that(Math.sqrt(49)).is(7).since("The square root of 49 should be 7");
If that's too much typing for you, it's good to know that Tyrtle gives you a fine heaping of syntactic sugar:
since are all completely optional! If you prefer a terser syntax, the exact same assertion can be written like this:
assert(Math.sqrt(49))(7)("The square root of 49 should be 7");
- Full documentation is on the wiki.
- Tyrtle has a sister project called Myrtle which you might also like!
To build the source files (in the
src directory) into the compiled
Tyrtle.js file, simply run:
- Mocking (spying and stubbing functions)
- Mock function generation
- Timer manipulation
- Speed profiling