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Ilya Borisov updated IGNITE-7895:
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    Description: 
*The issue:*
Current web console unit tests run inside Karma and PhantomJS, but this setup 
adds unnecessary overhead of running simple JS inside browser instead of 
NodeJS. We _can_ alter the setup in order reduce the overhead, but I think we 
can also use current setup to [unit test AngularJS 
directives|https://code.angularjs.org/1.6.0-rc.2/docs/guide/unit-testing#testing-directives]
 which might require the browser environment.

*What to do:*
Investigate AngularJS directive/component unit tests, see if it can run in 
NodeJS or it requires the browser as a runtime environment. If component unit 
tests can run in NodeJS, simplify the setup so all unit tests run in it. If 
component unit tests can only run in browser, add a sample component/directive 
unit test, we should really write more of those.

  was:
*The issue:*
Current web console unit tests run inside Karma and PhantomJS.

What to do:


> Web console: revise unit tests
> ------------------------------
>
>                 Key: IGNITE-7895
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/IGNITE-7895
>             Project: Ignite
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>            Reporter: Alexander Kalinin
>            Assignee: Alexander Kalinin
>            Priority: Major
>             Fix For: 2.5
>
>
> *The issue:*
> Current web console unit tests run inside Karma and PhantomJS, but this setup 
> adds unnecessary overhead of running simple JS inside browser instead of 
> NodeJS. We _can_ alter the setup in order reduce the overhead, but I think we 
> can also use current setup to [unit test AngularJS 
> directives|https://code.angularjs.org/1.6.0-rc.2/docs/guide/unit-testing#testing-directives]
>  which might require the browser environment.
> *What to do:*
> Investigate AngularJS directive/component unit tests, see if it can run in 
> NodeJS or it requires the browser as a runtime environment. If component unit 
> tests can run in NodeJS, simplify the setup so all unit tests run in it. If 
> component unit tests can only run in browser, add a sample 
> component/directive unit test, we should really write more of those.



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