How to Run JavaScript QUnit Tests Using Jenkins and PhantomJS

How to Run JavaScript QUnit Tests Using Jenkins and PhantomJS

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Unit testing is great. However, the real benefit of unit testing is only achieved when the tests are run before each deployment. In continuous integration (CI), it makes sense to run the tests automatically in the CI tool.

At Akanoo, we are using Jenkins, which can be extended by various plugins for several use cases. Unfortunately, there is no plugin for QUnit test results, so we have to utilize the existing plugin for JUnit. Two steps need to be done:

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May 23, 2017 at 03:27PM

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