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    Default UnitTests bundle for Sencha Touch

    Create your own environment for UnitTest driven development for Sencha Touch applications in minutes.
    First (beta) release is already on GitHub: https://github.com/kostysh/UnitTests...r-Sencha-Touch

    Features:
    • JSLint tests
    • Jasmin UnitTests
    • Support for multiple projects
    • Ease to install
    • Demo project with tests
    Thanks to Arthur Kay for good article http://www.sencha.com/blog/automating-unit-tests/
    and code: https://github.com/SenchaProSvcs/UnitTestDemo

    Are anybody interested in this tool?
    What do you think about name of this project? Maybe another name will be better?

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    @Kostysh

    Could you just explain how to set up and run the Test case for Sencha application.



    Thanks,

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    Setup in details described in Readme on github repository https://github.com/kostysh/UnitTests...r-Sencha-Touch

    This repository also contains a demo app with some tests (more in next release).
    Please setup environment as explained before you start.

    Tests you can find in 'tests' folder in Demoapp. If you a novice in UnitTests, I suggest you read about ideology of UnitTest-driven development and then learn Jasmine API: http://pivotal.github.com/jasmine/

    Developing a UnitTest is not a hard task. Tests should be clear and simple.

    After the tests are ready and index file in tests folder is configured - you can simply run testall.sh from console in 'tools' folder. JSLint errors and Jasmine output will be in 'logs' folder.

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    Hi Kostysh


    Thanks for your reply. i will follow your instructions for Unit testing.



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