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Course Link- Unit testing your Javascript with jasmine

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Learn how to unit test your JavaScript using the jasmine framework, from your first test to continuous integration.

What you’ll learn
  • Write clean suites, specs and expectations.
  • Isolate dependencies on units through test doubles (spies).
  • Automate test runs through continuous integration from version control using a headless browser and a test runner.
  • Set up jasmine as their unit testing framework from scratch.
  • Configure setup and teardown for suites.
  • Understand how matchers work in Jasmine.
  • Write custom matchers and include them in your project.
  • Consume third party matchers.
  • Test asynchronous code.
  • Run unit tests both from a web browser and from a terminal through a test runner.
  • Generate code coverage reports.
  • Improve dependency management through a package manager.
  • Basic familiarity with HTML, JavaScript (and basic CSS for an optional lecture)
  • NO knowledge of Jasmine or unit testing is required.
Course Description By Instructor-

Jasmine is a behavior-driven development framework for testing JavaScript code. It does not depend on any other JavaScript frameworks. It does not require a Document Object Model (DOM) and it has a clean, obvious syntax so that you can easily write tests.

If you want to stand out as a JavaScript developer, you need to learn how to unit test your code. Jasmine is a great way to do so.

By the end of watching this course, you’ll be able to:

  • Understand what is unit testing and why it is important in today’s market.
  • Set up jasmine from scratch.
  • Write clean and concise suites, specs and specifications.
  • Understand and use all of the out-of-the-box jasmine matchers and create your custom ones and include them in your project.
  • Isolate dependencies through test-doubles, known as spies in Jasmine, for true unit testing.
  • Unit test asynchronous code.
  • Setup test reports and continuous integration from version control to automate your test runs.
  • Apply best practices when structuring your tests.

With this course, you’ll get the downloadable source code, slides, and section notes.


  • This is a beginner and intermediate course.
  • No previous unit testing experience is needed, just basic familiarity with JavaScript, html and a bit of css (just optional when building our course project).
  • You don’t need previous experience with a testing framework at all. We’ve got you covered!
Who is the target audience?
  • Beginner and intermediate front-end developers new to unit testing.
  • Developers who want to improve theirs skills and take their careers to the next levels.
  • Front-end developers who want to learn how to unit test their Javascript.
  • Front-end developers who are familiar with unit testing with other frameworks but want to learn how to unit test with jasmine.
  • Developers with knowledge on other javascript unit testing frameworks but new to jasmine.

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