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  • 1. NodeJs testing tools and continuous integration Davide Fiorello
  • 2. Mocha • Javascript Test Framework • Run in Node.js and Browser environment • BDD, TDD, QUnit • Synchronous and Asynchronous
  • 3. Mocha - Interfaces • BDD 1 describe('My first test', function(){ 2 it('pass it!!'); 3 }); • TDD 1 suite('Array', function(){ 2 setup(function(){ 3 }); 4 5 suite('#indexOf()', function(){ 6 test('should return -1 when not present', function(){ 7 // ASSERT 8 }); 9 }); 10 });
  • 4. Mocha - Sync, Async, Pending 1 describe('Let's test..', function() { 2 it('Test something sync', function() { 3 // ASSERT 4 }); 5 6 it('Test something async', function(done) { 7 user.save(function(err){ 8 if (err) throw err; 9 // ASSERT 10 done(); 11 }); 12 }); 13 14 it('Pending test'); 15 });
  • 5. Mocha - Before, After, ... 1 describe('Let's test..', function() { 2 before(function(){ 3 // ... 4 }); 5 6 beforeEach(function(done){ 7 // ... -> done() 8 }); 9 10 after(function(){ 11 // ... 12 }); 13 14 afterEach(function(){ 15 // ... 16 }); 17 });
  • 6. Mocha - Only, skip 1 describe('A test', function() { 2 it.only('Test only this', function(done) { 3 // ... 4 }); 5 }); 6 7 describe('Another test', function() { 8 it.skip('Don't test this', function(done) { 9 // ... 10 }); 11 });
  • 7. Mocha - Has not... • Assert (should.js, chai, expect.js) • Spy/Mock/Stub (sinon) • Code Coverage (istanbul, node- jscoverage)
  • 8. Should.js should is an expressive, readable, test framework agnostic, assertion library. Main goals of this library to be expressive and to be helpful. It keeps your test code clean, and your error messages helpful.
  • 9. Should.js 1 var should = require('should'); 2 3 var user = { name: 'davide', pets: ['tobi', 'loki']}; 4 5 user.should.have.property('name', 'davide'); 6 user.should.have.property('pets').with.lengthOf(2); 7 8 should(user).have.property('name', 'davide'); 9 should(true).ok; 10 11 should.exist(user); It extends the Object.prototype with a single non- enumerable getter that allows you to express how that object should behave, also it returns itself when required with require.
  • 10. Should.js - Chaining assertions .ok, .true, .false, .eql, .equal, .startWith, .endWith, .within, .above, .belove, .instanceOf, .Array, .Object, .String, .Error, .property, .length, .keys, .match, .throw, .throwError, .json, .html 1 var should = require('should'); 2 3 var user = { name: 'davide', age : 22, pets : ['pit', 'fuffy']}; 4 5 user.name.should.match(/dav/); 6 user.age.should.be.above(18); 7 user.pets.should.be.Array; 8 user.pets.should.containEql('pit'); 9 user.pets.should.not.containEql('mark');
  • 11. Should.js - Chaining assertions 1 var should = require('should'); 2 3 var user = { name: 'davide', age : 22}; 4 5 user.age.should.be.greaterThan(18).and.be.lessThan(33); 6 7 user.age.should.greaterThan(18).lessThan(33); .an, .of, .a,.and, .be, .have, .with, .is, .which Use them for better readability; they do nothing at all
  • 12. Sinon.js Standalone test spies, stubs and mocks for JavaScript.No dependencies, works with any unit testing framework.
  • 13. Sinon.js • Spies • Stubs • Mocks • Fake timers • Fake XHR • Fake server • Sandboxing • Assertions • Matchers
  • 14. Sinon.js - spies 1 var sinon = require('sinon'); 2 var should = require('should'); 3 4 function myFunc(value) { 5 myObject.check(value); 6 } 7 8 var myObject = { 9 check : function(value) { 10 // DO Something 11 } 12 }; 13 var spy = sinon.spy(myObject, "check"); 14 myFunc('test'); 15 spy.called.should.be.true;
  • 15. Sinon.js - spies (API) .withArgs, .callCount, .called, .calledOnce, .firstCall, .lastCall, .calledBefore, .calledAfter, .calledWith, .alwaysCalledWith, .neverCalledWith, .threw, .returned, .args, .returnValues
  • 16. Sinon.js - stubs 1 var sinon = require('sinon'); 2 var should = require('should'); 3 4 function myFunc() { 5 return myObject.check(); 6 } 7 8 var myObject = { 9 check : function() { 10 return 10; 11 // DO Something 12 } 13 }; 14 var stub = sinon.stub(myObject, "check"); 15 stub.onFirstCall().returns(1) 16 .onSecondCall().returns(2); 17 18 myFunc('test').should.be.equal(1); 19 myFunc('test').should.be.equal(2);
  • 17. Sinon.js - Stub (API) .withArgs, .onCall, .onFirstCall, .onSecondCall, .returns, .returnsThis, .returnsArg, .throws, .callsArg, .yelds, .callArgWith, .callArgAsync
  • 18. Useful Modules • node-mocks-http • node-rest-client • pow-mongodb-fixtures • readyness
  • 19. Continuous Integration • drone.io • travis-ci.io • codeship.io
  • 20. Thanks!! Davide Fiorello davide@codeflyer.com github.com/codeflyer

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