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Jasmine JavaScript Testing Update

By : Paulo Vitor Zacharias Ragonha
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Jasmine JavaScript Testing Update

By: Paulo Vitor Zacharias Ragonha

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (15 chapters)

About the Reviewers

Hany A. Elemary is a software engineer / technical team lead at OCLC in Columbus, Ohio, currently working on the next generation of mobile/web apps ( and WorldCat for local institutions). He has been blessed with diverse experience while working for multiple companies (from small software shops to large corporations) and seeing different releasable software strategies. He has a clear focus and passion for mobile/web UI design, interactions, usability, and accessibility. When there is time, he enjoys playing his acoustic guitar, AnnaMaria.

Ryzhikov Maksim is a 27-year-old software developer from Saint Petersburg, Russia.

He develops complex web applications. He graduated from the physics faculty at Saint Petersburg State University. His journey into the world of software development started not so long ago—5 years ago.

His brother invited him to join the team that developed programs for American hospitals, as an HTML developer.

Ryzhikov started with developing a simple, static site for hospitals and then studied JavaScript, Ruby, and SQL and worked as a full-stack developer. In 5 years of work in the area of IT, he has worked in various projects and teams. He developed medical systems, dating sites, web mail (Yandex.Mail), and now he helps develop tools for developers at JetBrains.

Veer Shubhranshu Shrivastav is an Indian software developer working with Tata Consultancy Services since 2013 and is a former research intern at IIIT-Delhi. He has worked on different technologies, such as PHP, Moodle, jQuery, AngularJS, RequireJS, Android, Jasmine, Ionic, and so on, and also takes an interest in cryptography, network security, and database technologies. He has worked with various Indian IT start-ups, helping them as a software architect.

With his interest in the open source community, he developed a Pro*C library named CODBC, which is available at The library enables an object-oriented approach to connect C++ and Oracle Database.

Sergey Simonchik is a software developer living and working in Saint Petersburg, Russia. He is lucky because he has a wonderful wife and a kind cat. Sergey develops the WebStorm IDE at JetBrains. He is working on improving JavaScript unit testing support and other IDE features.