18 Dec '13, 10pm

On Jasmine 2.0 and Add-Ons:

We started the work on 2.0 over a year ago. We had some ambitious goals and were able to carve out some dedicated time away from Pivotal Labs’ consulting business to accomplish them. Still. it took us over a year to get this done. There was a lot of work to do internally to the code to make it easier to review and take your pull requests. Some of that work was cleaning up the external interface so Jasmine works better on more projects and in more environments. Using Add-Ons Since the external interface has changed, if you’re using any of the great add-ons that have come from the community, your mileage will vary with the new version. One of the most popular add-ons – one that nearly every Pivotal Labs JavaScript project uses – is Jasmine-jQuery . We’ve been working with the maintainers to make the transition to Jasmine 2.0. There is a branch that supports 2.0. We’re workin...

Full article: http://pivotallabs.com/jasmine-2-0-add-ons/

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