sweet-bdd

BDD Macros for Sweet.js

Requires Sweet.js.

BDD Macros for Sweet.js

describe "Sweet.js" {
    beforeEach {
        console.log(/* newline */);
    }
 
    afterEach {
        console.log('Test complete');
    }
 
    it "rocks!" {
        return true;
    }
}
 
describe "async sweet.js" {
    beforeEach (done) {
        done();
    }
 
    afterEach (done) {
        done();
    }
 
    it "does async" (done) {
        done();
    }
}

Instantly make your tests more readable today!

See examples.sjs for more examples.

npm install sweet-bdd

Update your tests and remove all those uneeded parenthesis, semicolons, and function keywords.

sjs -m sweet-bdd -o test/filename.js test-src/filename.sjs

Note: Using a build system such as Gulp or Grunt can make using Sweet.js much easier.

You can use Mocha's exclusive and inclusive features by putting either skip or only before the name of a test or suite.

describe only "Only this suite will be ran" {
    it skip "but this test will not" {
        return false;
    }
 
    it "and this tell will run" {
        return true;
    }
}