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sinon-as-promised

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Extend Sinon stubs with promise stubbing methods.

Sinon 2 added resolves and rejects methods and no longer requires this library.

Installing

npm install sinon-as-promised

If you're using sinon-as-promised in the browser and are not using Browserify/Webpack, use 3.x or earlier.

Usage

var sinon  = require('sinon')
require('sinon-as-promised')
 
sinon.stub().resolves('foo')().then(function (value) {
  assert.equal(value, 'foo')
})

You'll only need to require sinon-as-promised once. It attaches the appropriate stubbing functions which will then be available anywhere else you require sinon. It defaults to using native ES6 Promise (or provides a polyfill), but you can use another promise library if you'd like, as long as it exposes a constructor:

// Using Bluebird 
var Bluebird = require('bluebird')
require('sinon-as-promised')(Bluebird)

API

stub.resolves(value) -> stub

value

Required
Type: any

When called, the stub will return a "thenable" object which will return a promise for the provided value. Any Promises/A+ compliant library will handle this object properly.

var stub = sinon.stub();
stub.resolves('foo');
 
stub().then(function (value) {
    // value === 'foo' 
});
 
stub.onCall(0).resolves('bar')
stub().then(function (value) {
    // value === 'bar' 
});

stub.rejects(err) -> stub

err

Required
Type: error / string

When called, the stub will return a thenable which will return a reject promise with the provided err. If err is a string, it will be set as the message on an Error object.

stub.rejects(new Error('foo'))().catch(function (error) {
    // error.message === 'foo' 
});
stub.rejects('foo')().catch(function (error) {
    // error.message === 'foo' 
});
 
stub.onCall(0).rejects('bar');
stub().catch(function (error) {
    // error.message === 'bar' 
});

Examples

License

MIT © Ben Drucker