Karma can not recognize 'require' statement in JSFileSpec.js file. Running karma.conf.js:  (function() {     describe("DummyEmitter creation", function(){         return it("creation", function(){             var DummyEmitte...
So, I've been looking all over for this, found "similar" answers here, but not exactly what I want.  Right now if I want to test a single file with karma, I need to do fit(), fdescribe() on the file in question...  However, what I do want...
I have a controller which gets a value from $scope and sends it to a different state:  controllers.controller('SearchController', ['$scope', '$state', '$stateParams', function($scope, $state, $stateParams) {     $scope...
I am configuring my Karma amd mocha framework with grunt in my project. When I am running karma start I am getting below-mentioned error.  I am getting this error in my console while running command : Karma start  TypeError: expect(...).to.be is not...
I started an Angular.js app with Yeoman's yo angular that includes Karma testing. Then, the grunt test reasonably failed because Karma can't find any browsers. (The browsers has not been set in the app's node_modules/karma config file.)...
The following is in my controller:  $scope.addRangesAndSquare = function() {     $scope.addLeftRange();     $scope.addCenterSquare();     $scope.addRightRange(); }   And I want to spy on $scope.addLeftRange(), so that when $scope.addRangesAndSquare i...
I am learning to test React stateless components using the ReactTestUtils library. This is my simple component:  import React from 'react';  const Greeter = ({name,place}) => (   <h1>Hello,{name}. Welcome to the {place}.</h1> )...
The short version:   How do I start up Karma and have it open the debug.html file automatically in the same browser as the Karma start page?  The long version:   I'm not a huge fan of using the console reporters for Karma, so I have been using ka...
I'm using Karma with Jasmine for my tests. In some tests, I have large objects that the test relies on. When I do something like  expect(obj).toEqual(expectedObj);   and obj != expectedObj, I get an error message in my terminal. But this error is...
As indicated in this stackoverflow answer, it looks like Karma will serve JSON fixtures.  However, I've spent too many hours trying to get it to work in my environment.  Reason: I'm doing angular testing and need to load mock HTTP results int...

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