Hi Bess, 

+1 for Jasmine. Used to dig blue-ridge for these things, but I don't think
they're maintaining that any more.


On 1/27/11 9:37 AM, "John Loy" <loy.j...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Bess,
> Good to hear from you! I've been using Jasmine with its jQuery
> extension<https://github.com/velesin/jasmine-jquery>for HTML fixtures
> and DOM-related expect methods in
> tandem with Google's
> JsTestDriver<https://github.com/ibolmo/jasmine-jstd-adapter> .
> For data fixtures, take a look as Jupiter's jQuery fixtures
> plugin<http://jupiterjs.com/news/ajax-fixtures-plugin-for-jquery>.
> Though you can run Jasmine in a continuous integration environment with its
> Gem, which in turn uses Selenium RC and Firefox, JsTestDriver allows
> simultaneous running of tests in multiple browsers. Headless testing doesn't
> make a whole lot of sense to me. I'd rather know for certain that my code is
> cross-browser.
> Hope you are well.
> Cheers,
> John
> On Tue, Jan 11, 2011 at 7:21 PM, Bess Sadler <bess.sad...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Can anyone recommend a javascript testing framework? At Stanford, we know
>> we need to test the js portions of our applications, but we haven't settled
>> on a tool for that yet. I've heard good things about celerity (
>> http://celerity.rubyforge.org/) but I believe it only works with jruby,
>> which has been a barrier to getting started with it so far. Anyone have
>> other tools to suggest? Is anyone doing javascript testing in a way they
>> like? Feel like sharing?
>> Thanks!
>> Bess

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