Most of the existing questions about unit testing JavaScript code and integrating it into a continuous integration environment seem to date back to the dawn of time (or at least 2008 or 2009 :) ). Even a recent one is from about a year and a half ago...
I'm seeing an error with npm when I try to build a VueJS application. I'm seeing this error inside of a build stage in GitLab CI. I haven't been able to find any mention of the error message. I have previously been able to run npm run bui...
I can't seem to see the forest behind the trees. I want to have a simple CI pipeline that builds and publishes an NPM package. I use appveyor, but I don't think my issue is specific to it. I simply want my CI script to be performing something...
As part of my build/CI process on TeamCity, I would like to specify a set of JavaScript files referenced in my HTML and combine them into one.  In other words, this is what I would like to accomplish.  Before:  <script src="1.js" /> <...
Is there a way to get JavaScript tests to do continuous integration with MSBuild or in Visual Studio? What I want to do is have it so anytime my JavaScript or my JavaScript tests change they are built again and ran and if they fall below certain valu...
As much as I adore Cypress it's starting to turn out quite badly. I don't think I would be doing something fundamentally wrong. I've read best practices a couple of times and I don't see what I could improve really.  It's starting...
I'm writing a javascript library that aimed for web applications. Inside my library I use jQuery for cross-domain ajax requests. I want to write command line tests to be used in my continues integration system. Can you recommend on a testing fram...
I've been evaluating JSTestDriver, and it seems to be working well. I want to use it in a continuous integration environment, and I want to know if multiple projects can be testing against the same JSTestDriver server at the same time.  So my con...
Documenting architecture is very nice and helpful, except for it takes a lot of time to do and gets outdated very fast.  I know that there are amazing tools out there that sort of extract the architecture (i.e. dependencies between classes and so on)...
I want to test some functions that require a Discord.js Client to be "ready", but I don't find how to make Jest run my tests after an event. I tried moving the tests in a function like  client.on("ready", () => {   test(...); }...

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