Asynchronous BDD & continuous integration for node.js and the browser
Asynchronous BDD in CoffeeScript running on the client and server
Tests written for vows should run more or less unmodified, but there are a few API additions to make writing tests in CoffeeScript a little nicer.
vows = require('vows') assert = require('assert') class DeepThought question: (q) -> 42 vows.add 'Deep Thought' 'An instance of DeepThought': topic: new DeepThought 'should know the answer to the ultimate question': (deepThought) -> assert.equal deepThought.question('what is the answer to the universe?'), 42
Look in the /example folder to find examples of running vows in the browser.
* only spec, dot-matrix, and json reporters * no --watch option for watching test files for changes * no automatic test discovery * no ability to reset tests and run them again * no per-suite reporters * no ability to report on tests that didn't finish
These things will be fixed as I have time to reimplement them in browser-compatible CoffeeScript.
Check out the vows documentation at http://vowsjs.org