Unit Testing Guidelines¶
- Checks success, error, and edge cases
- Tests as few objects as possible
- Demonstrates how an object should be used
With those 3 goals in mind, its important to realize that the variety of AngularJS object types means that the same approact won’t work for each and every object. Since the OpenLMIS-UI coding conventions layout patterns for different types of AngularJS objects, it’s also possible to illustrate how to unit test objects that follow those conventions.
Check out AngularJS’s unit testing guide, its well written and many of out tests follow their styles.
Here are some general rules to keep in mind while writing any unit tests:
- Keep beforeEach statements short and to the point, which will help other’s read your statements
- Understand how to use Spies in Jasmine, they can help isolate objects and provide test cases