A mocha adapter for ember-testing.
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Ember Mocha Adapter

DEPRECATED: The ember-mocha-adapter is now part of the ember-mocha project!

A mocha adapter for ember-testing.

This adapter makes async testing ember apps with mocha easier.

It gets rid of the done() callback and lets you test without worrying whether your tests are sync or async.

Setup

Just include the adapter.js file in your test. The Mocha Adapter will automatically be set as the default Test Adapter.

This adapter calls mocha.setup() for you. If you call mocha.setup() in your test setup code you will break this adapter.

You should setup Ember.js for testing as described in the documentation. These function calls should happen outside any Mocha callback.

To run the tests, call mocha.run() like this:

Ember.$(function() {
  mocha.run();
});

Example:

describe("Adding a post", function() {

  beforeEach(function() {
    visit('posts/new');
  });

  afterEach(function() {
    App.reset();
  });

  it("should take me to a form", function() {
    find('form').should.exist;
  });

  it("should not submit with an empty title", function() {
    click('.submit');

    andThen(function() {
      find('.error').text().should.equal('Title is required.');
    });
  });

  it("should create a post on submit", function() {
    fillIn('.title', 'Test Post');
    fillIn('.body', 'This is the body');
    click('.submit');
    andThen(function() {
      find('.post').should.exist;
      find('.post-title').text().should.equal('Test Post');
    });
  });


});