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Qunit beforeEach, afterEach - async


Qunit beforeEach, afterEach - async

By : Daniel
Date : November 22 2020, 10:56 AM
should help you out QUnit basically wants people to stop using the global methods (not just start() and stop(), but also test(), expect(), etc). So, as of version 1.16.0, you should always use either the global namespace (QUnit) or the assert API argument passed into the test() functions. This includes the new async control:
code :
QUnit.test( "testing async action", function( assert ) {  // <-- note the `assert` argument here
    var done = assert.async();  // tell QUnit we're doing async actions and
                                // hold onto the function it returns for later

    setTimeout(function() {  // do some async stuff
        assert.ok( true, "This happened 100 ms later!" );

        done();  // using the function returned from `assert.async()` we 
                 // tell QUnit we're don with async actions
    }, 100);
});
QUnit.module('set of tests', {
    beforeEach: function(assert) {
        var done = assert.async();
        doSomethingAsync(function() {
            done(); // tell QUnit you're good to go.
        });
    }
});


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How to reuse beforeEach/afterEach in Jasmine JS?

How to reuse beforeEach/afterEach in Jasmine JS?


By : Олег Леонидович Блюм
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do I think this is partially examined in this blog post and also answered here but i'm adding an adapted answer for your example:
Reusable code:
code :
function sharedSetup(startPage) {
    beforeEach(function() {
        login_as_admin();
        browser().navigateTo(startPage);
    });

    afterEach(function() {
        logout();
    });
};
describe('Services Page', function() {
    sharedSetup('/services');

    it('Some test for services page', function() {});
});

describe('Administrators Page', function() {
    sharedSetup('/administrators');

    it('Some test for administrators page', function() {});
});
AfterEach and BeforeEach only for describe()s

AfterEach and BeforeEach only for describe()s


By : optimistic
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help Yes unfortunately beforeEach() and afterEach() run for every it() block. But you could restructure your tests by using beforeAll() and afterAll() as follows:
code :
describe('demo', () => {

  describe('->1', () => {
    beforeAll(async () => {
      console.log('beforeAll');
    });

    afterAll(async () => {
      console.log('afterAll');
    });

    it('->1.1', async () => {
      console.log('->1.1');
    });

    it('->1.2', async () => {
      console.log('->1.2');
    });
  });

  describe('->2', () => {
    beforeAll(async () => {
      console.log('beforeAll');
    });

    afterAll(async () => {
      console.log('afterAll');
    });
    it('->2.1', async () => {
      console.log('->2.1');
    });

    it('->2.2', async () => {
      console.log('->2.2');
    });
  });
});
->beforeAll
->1
    ->1.1
    ->1.2
->afterAll
->beforeAll
->2
    ->2.1
    ->2.2
->afterAll
Mocha beforeEach and afterEach during testing

Mocha beforeEach and afterEach during testing


By : Anderson
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue Georgi is correct that you need an it call to specify a test but you don't need to have a top level describe in your file if you don't want to. You could replace your single describe with a bunch of it calls:
Global beforeEach and afterEach in protractor

Global beforeEach and afterEach in protractor


By : FerrousElm
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out Purpose of beforeEach() and afterEach() functions are to add a block of repetitive code that you would need to execute every time you start or complete executing each spec(it). There are other ways to add generalised code to avoid code repetition, here are few -
If you have a piece of code that you would require to run only once before starting a test suite(describe), then you can use beforeAll() and afterAll() functions that jasmine provides. If you want to run a piece of code that you want to run only once when the execution starts before starting all the test scripts, then add it in your onPrepare() and onComplete() function. If you want to add a piece of code that should run even before protractor has started instantiating itself or after it has shut itself down, then use beforeLaunch and afterLaunch.
Global beforeEach/afterEach for ember qunit tests

Global beforeEach/afterEach for ember qunit tests


By : user5529015
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times We had wrapped ember-qunit's module, moduleFor and moduleForComponent for a nearly the same reason. And we are importing those wrappers instead of ember-qunit.
Another suggestion is to wrap localStorage with a service. Never access to localStorage except this service. So you can use a mock implementation of it in tests.
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