So I’m starting a new job at the end of July. One of the tools they use is Jasmine for JS testing. I’ve never heard of this framework/tools before, so I’m gonna take a look out of interest and to get a head start. Anyone got any resources or tips for a newbie?
Jasmine has actually been around for a while (almost 4 years). The main documentation website is at https://jasmine.github.io/. There is a Get Started section as well as the main documentation.
There is a Google Group at https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/jasmine-js. This is a good place to search for the answer to specific questions. if you cannot find an answer, you can also post a question there as well.
If you want to watch a video (rather than reading), check out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVpXkyN0zOE.
Hope that helps,
- All the syntax used in Jasmine framework is clean and obvious.
- Jasmine is easily available in different versions like a stand-alone, ruby gem, Node.js, etc.
Moreover, you can get multiple tutorials online both free and paid which will help you learn the Jasmine easily.
Hope this information is helpful for you.