Write asynchronous tests easier by returning
Promises from your spec functions.
No need to call
- Works with any
- Simply return a promise from a test -- no need to call
- Automatic error handling when using native
Promise's'. When writing such tests manually, you have to explictly catch the error with
.catchand then pass the error to
done.failor rethrow. Unhandled
Promiserejections are gobbled up so if you forget to do this you can miss out on debugging info. ✓
- Works with
Note: only compatible with Jasmine 2 at this point.
npm install jasmine-promises --save-dev
Then ensure that
jasmine-promises is loaded before your tests are loaded. This can be done by either...
manually requiring the module at the top of your test file(s) e.g. if using browserify:
loading it via your test runner e.g. Karma: