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aya

aya

Just a wrapped tap, more fun.

Install

$ npm i -D aya

Usage

package.json

{
  "scripts": {
    "test": "aya test/index.js --coverage"
  }
}

test/index.js

const {test} = require('aya')
 
test.before(() => {
  // some setup
})
 
test('description', async t => {
  const result = await getResult()
  t.is(result, true)
})

And then

$ npm test

t.end() only in test.cb

Unlike tap, we should only use t.end() in test.cb.

test.cb('test result with callback', t => {
  getResult(result => {
    t.is(result, true)
    t.end()
  })
})

t.end() is NO MORE necessary for test

test('sync test', t => {
  const result = getSyncResult()
  t.is(result, true)
})
 
test('async test', async t => {
  const result = await getAsyncResult()
  t.is(result, true)
 
  // t.end() here is useless and has no effect.
})

Lifecycles

aya supports FOUR lifecycle methods which are listed below according to the executing sequence:

  • test.before(fn)
  • test.beforeEach(fn)
  • test.afterEach(fn)
  • test.after(fn)
// Both sync and async functions are supported
test.before(async t => {
  await startServer()
 
  // We could do assertions inside lifecycle methods
  t.is(await getServerPort(), 8080)
})

We could also define lifecycle methods by using setters:

test.before = async t => {
  await startServer()
  t.is(await getServerPort(), 8080)
}

Command Line

The command line interface of aya is exactly the same as tap.

For example, if we want to use aya with codecov

$ npm i -D aya codecov

package.json

{
  "scripts": {
    "test": "aya test/index.js --coverage",
    "posttest": "aya --coverage-report=html && codecov"
  }
}

License

MIT

install

npm i aya

Downloadsweekly downloads

3

version

0.0.1

license

MIT

homepage

github.com

repository

Gitgithub

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