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Jul 3, 2023 ⋅ 9 min read

Comparing the best Node.js unit testing frameworks

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2 Replies to "Comparing the best Node.js unit testing frameworks"

  1. Jasmine has supported async spec functions and waiting on returned promises for two years now. Not sure why lack of support is in the negatives section.

  2. Jest, even in 2023, has issues testing normal, “not even modern anymore” ES module code. If you need a test framework for modern JS, Jest is flat out not an option.

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