- NO software/plug-ins to install
- NO configuration
- Has a console i.e. no need to switch to browser
How it Works
In the screen shot below, I have two windows open within Eclipse and the browser (I'm using chrome in this example) is floated underneath the IDE. You can use the IDEs integrated browser to view the test runner, but I like to keep it in a separate window below as sometimes I do like to switch to the browser for debugging.
It makes it easy to view your tests in a "console" style manner, so that you can just code. It has a default light and dark theme. As long as you are using QUnit and you have a web browser, you can use it!
The test runner in action, running across the bottom of Eclipse IDE
Showing all tests passed
Example of all tests passing in the dark theme.
Showing test failures
Example test failures using the light theme.
See it in Action
I posted a video of me performing a code Kata using the test runner.
This is written by me for me and in its current state has some issues. It only works/has been tested in Chrome (my default browser) and is very experimental. I'm still making changes to this as it can sometimes be a little jumpy when there are lots of tests accessing DOM elements.
Download the Source
You can download the full source code from Github.