I have simple page with javascript which validates email written in input:  email.html:  <!DOCTYPE html> <html>     <head>         <title>Email validation</title>         <script src="email.js"></script&...
I'm trying to write a component integration test, a la this blog post, but my component has a link-to to a dynamic route and the href property isn't being filled in. Here is a simplified version of what I'm trying to do.  My component'...
How can I write an e2e test of flow that requires interaction with the file Input DOM element?  If it's a text input I can interact with it (check value, set value) etc as its a DOM component. But If I have a File Input element, I am guessing tha...
My TLDR; version of my question is "Is there a way I can integrate with qunit such that Dalek can get the correct context when it needs it, or conversely, can I get Dalek to run setup/teardown asset-pipeline-compiled Ember javascript to build a c...
I'm using jest for testing, and in a few test scenarios I get the jest message:  Jest did not exit one second after the test run has completed. While taking Jest's recommendation to run with --detectOpenHandles and ending up with hanging test...
I am looking for a testing library for javascript that will work for spec-testing user interaction such as drag and drop, hovers, double/single clicks and drawing on a canvas.  I have looked at a couple libraries including jspec and jasmine but both...
So I've heard of unit and integration testing, but I just recently heard of midway testing. It seems like the term is used most commonly in an AngularJS context. A Google query turned up very little information on the topic. My questions about mi...
I am trying to use Apple's UIAutomation to write unit tests for an iOS Application that has a server-side component. In order to setup the test server in various states (as well as simulate two clients communicating through my server), I would li...
I've been reading a lot about e2e testing and one thing I cannot understand is how "real" should e2e tests be.  Regardless of the tools I use for the e2e tests, I've seen that most of the time they hit either local, development or alp...
Lets say I have this situation (architecture)  layer1 -> layer2 -> layer3   layers are just normal node.js modules (have some functions that are exported)  Layer1 requires layer2 and calls his functions and layer2 requires layer3 and calles his...

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