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Wallaby.js

To get wallaby.js working for the angular-starter project, you'll need to do the following:

Note that the sample is using Electron test runner.

Alternatively, you may use Chrome (headless) runner. In this case you may change the env setting in the wallaby config file to env: {kind: 'chrome'}, and you will not need to npm i electron (and can remove electron from the package.json dependencies).

You may use PhantomJs runner if you like. In this case you may remove the env setting from the wallaby config file, and you will not need to npm i electron (and can remove electron from the package.json dependencies).