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Jasmine JavaScript Testing Update

By : Paulo Vitor Zacharias Ragonha
Book Image

Jasmine JavaScript Testing Update

By: Paulo Vitor Zacharias Ragonha

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (15 chapters)

Continuous integration – Travis-CI

We have created a great deal of automation around the project, which is great for onboarding a new developer on the team; running the test is just two commands away:

npm install
npm test

However, that is not the only advantage; we can have the tests running via these same two commands while on a continuous integration environment.

To demonstrate a possible setup, we are going to use Travis-CI (, a free solution for open source projects.

Before we can start, it is required that you have a GitHub ( account and that the project is already hosted there. I expect that you are already familiar with git ( and GitHub.

Once you are ready, we can start the Travis-CI setup.

Adding a project to Travis-CI

Before we can add Travis-CI support to the project, first we need to add the project to Travis-CI.

Go to the Travis-CI website at and click on Sign in with GitHub in the top-right corner...