JavaScript Unit Testing with Jasmine
course

JavaScript Unit Testing with Jasmine

Stone River eLearning
Updated Jun 24, 2024

What you'll learn

  • Learn the world's leading JavaScript unit testing tool: Jasmine!
  • Learn Jasmine design guidelines and best practices
  • Understand Jasmine's evolution & intended purpose
  • Use Jasmine to create efficient well-structured unit tests
  • Learn how unit testing enables development time efficiencies
  • Understand Jasmine expectation assertions work
  • Learn to install and configure Jasmine for everyday use
  • Discover how Jasmine tests are structured with JavaScript functions
  • Use Jasmine to create comprehensive configurable test suites
  • Learn various Jasmine validation functions for testing any types of JavaScript functions
Course Description

Course Overview

Any IT professional or casual developer anticipating a solid understanding of how unit testing is implemented in modern JavaScript application development projects needs to go through this course and absorb all of its content.

Anyone desiring to learn how the Jasmine framework is integrated with web application projects needs the knowldege demonstrations and practice presented in this course. This not only includes web mobile and service application developers but also architects UI designers testers and administrators.

This course provides a solid understanding of how to effectively participate in a project leveraging Jasmine Unit Testing solutions and the testing artifacts it produces.

 

Target Audience

This course is built for web developers who need to understand how to implement unit testing in JavaScript projects based on modern architectures and libraries.

This course is designed for those developers who need to learn to use unit testing strategies to be able to deliver fully tested code when required. Of course the info presented here is just as valuable for architects testers and product managers as they too should understand how unit testing is implemented and delivered in a progressive software development effort.