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If you're new to unit testing and are trying to understand unit testing within the React ecosystem, specifically ReactNative, it is going to be a challenge. The Jest doc dives right into making tests without any primer on how to go from concept to implementation. See More
First implementation was hard to implement but the newer versions are a breeze to integrate See More
Code readability is an important factor, if the application development involves multiple teams; if the testing team is unable to read your test cases then they won't be able to test it. Jasmine resolves this issue by providing developers with an extremely simple and "human-friendly" syntax. See More
Jasmine comes with everything already baked in (including assertion libraries and mocking utilities). While this is great for beginners and people who don't want to spend much time looking into different libraries and tools it can be a turnoff for anyone who wants to use a different assertion and/or mocking library. See More
If you want your tests to run in the order you have provided (maybe if your tests are ordered in such a way that your current test relies on the previous one), you can do so by setting QUnit.config.reorder = false and the tests will run in the order that you have provided. See More
All frontend developers already know the ease that jQuery framework has brought to their lives, in handling DOM events and accessing elements. Since Qunit was built as a part of jquery (is even used by jQuery itself for unit testing) hence it makes testing of DOM elements a lot easier. See More