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Front-End Code Quality, Part 3 [Video]

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Front-End Code Quality, Part 3 [Video]

In Part 3, we look at how to install a VS extension, how it reads and understands Gruntfile.js, and, finally, how to run the JavaScript unit tests from it.

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Running Jasmine JavaScript Unit Tests From Visual Studio Command Line Runner and Grunt

How to run JavaScript unit tests written in Jasmine from Visual Studio by using the Command Task Runner extension which provides a command line embedded inside Visual Studio. This extension supports different task runners as well as PowerShell and others. We will see how to install the extension, how it reads and understands Gruntfile.js, and, finally, how to run the JavaScript unit tests from it.

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web dev ,front-end development ,code quality ,visual studio ,grunt

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