@types/ember-qunit

  • Version 5.0.0
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  • 4 dependencies
  • MIT license

Install

npm i @types/ember-qunit
yarn add @types/ember-qunit
pnpm add @types/ember-qunit

Overview

TypeScript definitions for ember-qunit

Index

Functions

function setResolver

setResolver: (resolver: EmberResolver) => void;
  • Sets a Resolver globally which will be used to look up objects from each test's container.

function setupApplicationTest

setupApplicationTest: (hooks: NestedHooks, options?: SetupTestOptions) => void;
  • Sets up acceptance tests.

    The setupApplicationTest function is used for all acceptance tests. It is invoked in the callback scope of a QUnit module (aka "nested module").

    Once invoked, all subsequent hooks.beforeEach and test invocations will have access to the following: * this.owner - the owner object that been set on the test context. * this.pauseTest and this.resumeTest - allow easy pausing/resuming of tests. * this.element which returns the DOM element representing the application's root element.

function setupRenderingTest

setupRenderingTest: (hooks: NestedHooks, options?: SetupTestOptions) => void;
  • Sets up tests that need to render snippets of templates.

    The setupRenderingTest method is used for tests that need to render snippets of templates. It is also invoked in the callback scope of a QUnit module (aka "nested module").

    Once invoked, all subsequent hooks.beforeEach and test invocations will have access to the following: * All of the methods / properties listed for setupTest * this.render(...) - Renders the provided template snippet returning a promise that resolves once rendering has completed * An importable render function that de-sugars into this.render will be the default output of blueprints * this.element - Returns the native DOM element representing the element that was rendered via this.render * this.$(...) - When jQuery is present, executes a jQuery selector with the current this.element as its root

function setupTest

setupTest: (hooks: NestedHooks, options?: SetupTestOptions) => void;
  • Sets up tests that do not need to render snippets of templates.

    The setupTest method is used for all types of tests except for those that need to render snippets of templates. It is invoked in the callback scope of a QUnit module (aka "nested module").

    Once invoked, all subsequent hooks.beforeEach and test invocations will have access to the following: * this.owner - This exposes the standard "owner API" for the test environment. * this.set / this.setProperties - Allows setting values on the test context. * this.get / this.getProperties - Retrieves values from the test context.

function start

start: (options?: QUnitStartOptions) => void;

    Classes

    class QUnitAdapter

    class QUnitAdapter extends EmberTestAdapter {}

      Namespaces

      namespace global

      namespace global {}

        interface NestedHooks

        interface NestedHooks {}

          method after

          after: <TC extends TestContext>(
          fn: (this: TC, assert: Assert) => void | Promise<void>
          ) => void;
          • Runs after the last test. If additional tests are defined after the module's queue has emptied, it will not run this hook again.

          method afterEach

          afterEach: <TC extends TestContext>(
          fn: (this: TC, assert: Assert) => void | Promise<void>
          ) => void;
          • Runs after each test.

          method before

          before: <TC extends TestContext>(
          fn: (this: TC, assert: Assert) => void | Promise<void>
          ) => void;
          • Runs before the first test.

          method beforeEach

          beforeEach: <TC extends TestContext>(
          fn: (this: TC, assert: Assert) => void | Promise<void>
          ) => void;
          • Runs before each test.

          interface QUnit

          interface QUnit {}

            method only

            only: <TC extends TestContext>(
            name: string,
            callback: (this: TC, assert: Assert) => void | Promise<void>
            ) => void;
            • Adds a test to exclusively run, preventing all other tests from running.

              Use this method to focus your test suite on a specific test. QUnit.only will cause any other tests in your suite to be ignored.

              Note, that if more than one QUnit.only is present only the first instance will run.

              This is an alternative to filtering tests to run in the HTML reporter. It is especially useful when you use a console reporter or in a codebase with a large set of long running tests.

              Parameter name

              Title of unit being tested

              Parameter callback

              Function to close over assertions

            method skip

            skip: <TC extends TestContext>(
            name: string,
            callback?: (this: TC, assert: Assert) => void | Promise<void>
            ) => void;
            • Adds a test like object to be skipped.

              Use this method to replace QUnit.test() instead of commenting out entire tests.

              This test's prototype will be listed on the suite as a skipped test, ignoring the callback argument and the respective global and module's hooks.

              Parameter name

              Title of unit being tested

              Parameter callback

              Function to close over assertions

            method test

            test: <TC extends TestContext>(
            name: string,
            callback: (this: TC, assert: Assert) => void | Promise<void>
            ) => void;
            • Add a test to run.

              Add a test to run using QUnit.test().

              The assert argument to the callback contains all of QUnit's assertion methods. Use this argument to call your test assertions.

              QUnit.test() can automatically handle the asynchronous resolution of a Promise on your behalf if you return a thenable Promise as the result of your callback function.

              Parameter name

              Title of unit being tested

              Parameter callback

              Function to close over assertions

            method todo

            todo: <TC extends TestContext>(
            name: string,
            callback: (this: TC, assert: Assert) => void | Promise<void>
            ) => void;
            • Use this method to test a unit of code which is still under development (in a “todo” state). The test will pass as long as one failing assertion is present.

              If all assertions pass, then the test will fail signaling that QUnit.todo should be replaced by QUnit.test.

              Parameter name

              Title of unit being tested

              Parameter callback

              Function to close over assertions

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