27 packages returned for Tags:"qunit"

Chutzpah is an open source JavaScript test runner which helps you integrate JavaScript unit testing into your website. It enables you to run JavaScript unit tests from the command line and from inside of Visual Studio. It also supports running in the TeamCity continuous integration server.
This QUnit support for ASP.NET MVC. You may also use it for ASP.NET Webforms, but the css folder will not be on the default location. QUnit is a powerful, easy-to-use, JavaScript test suite. It's used by the jQuery project to test its code and plugins but is capable of testing any generic JavaScript... More information
  • 8,377 total downloads
  • last updated 1/28/2014
  • Latest version: 3.0.6
  • QUnit NUnit Jasmine
Runs QUnit & Jasmine unit-tests from .NET via Selenium WebDriver.
Pavlov extends JavaScript testing framework QUnit with a rich, higher-level, Behavioral API.
A fork of the QUnit javascript unit test framework that has been redesigned to work exclusively with WinJS bindings in Windows 8.
Adds QUnit js/css to ASP.NET MVC Razor projects and Cshtml Test Runner web page to /QUnitTests/index.cshtml. Just put your tests into js files in /QUnitTests folder. The test runner scans for all of them. Feel free to rename QUnitTests testing folder to anything you like. Please send any... More information
Pavlov extends JavaScript testing framework QUnit with a rich, higher-level, Behavioral API. Note: The Mindscape Web Workbench (http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/2b96d16a-c986-4501-8f97-8008f9db141a) should be installed in order to use the CoffeeScript aspects of this package.
Pavlov extends JavaScript testing framework QUnit with a rich, higher-level, Behavioral API.
js.net provides several tools for working with JavaScript in a '.Net' kind of way: - A wrapper around V8: Include js.net.dll in your project and you can run JavaScript straight from your .Net programs - A set of unit testing bindings for different JavaScript frameoworks that allows you to run... More information
js.net provides several tools for working with JavaScript in a '.Net' kind of way: - A wrapper around V8: Include js.net.dll in your project and you can run JavaScript straight from your .Net programs - A command line interface and JavaScript file interpreter for running JavaScript straight... More information