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karma-qunit v4.1.1

A Karma plugin. Adapter for QUnit testing framework.

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Adapter for the QUnit testing framework.

Installation

The easiest way is to keep karma-qunit as a devDependency in your package.json by running

$ npm install karma-qunit --save-dev

Configuration

Add qunit in the frameworks array in your karma.conf.js file. Then, in the plugins array, add karma-qunit. The following code shows the default configuration:

// karma.conf.js
module.exports = function (config) {
  config.set({
    frameworks: ['qunit'],
    plugins: ['karma-qunit'],
    files: [
      '*.js'
    ]
  })
}

You can also pass options for QUnit.config (documented here) as such:

/// karma.conf.js
module.exports = function (config) {
  config.set({
    frameworks: ['qunit'],
    plugins: ['karma-qunit'],
    files: [
      '*.js'
    ],

    // client configuration
    client: {
      clearContext: false,
      qunit: {
        showUI: true,
        testTimeout: 5000
      }
    }
  })
}

Note: showUI: true needs the clearContext: false option to display correctly in non-debug mode.


For more information on Karma see the homepage. If you're using karma-qunit to test Ember.js, you might find Karma's Ember guide helpful.

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