Top 20 NuGet mocha Packages

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Chutzpah is an open source JavaScript test runner which helps you integrate JavaScript unit testing into your website. It enables you to run JavaScript unit tests from the command line and from inside of Visual Studio. It also supports running in the TeamCity continuous integration server.
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Gulp Mocha (gulp-mocha) binding library for Bridge.NET projects.
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NSpec is a BDD-style testing framework for .NET. NSpec is intended to drive development by specifying behavior within a context or scenario. NSpec belongs to the xSpec (Context/Specification) family and is heavily inspired by RSpec and Mocha.
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Mocha binding library for Bridge.NET projects.
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Mocha Phantomjs (mocha-phantomjs) binding library for Bridge.NET projects.
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NSpec.VsAdapter is a test adapter to run NSpec tests from Test Explorer in Visual Studio. It runs tests from projects targeting classic .NET Framework. It is available both as a Visual Studio Extension (for VS 2013, 2015) as well as a NuGet Package (for VS 2017). VS Extension for 2017 is under deve...
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A Visual Studio test harness for NSpec
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DotNetTestNSpec is a NSpec runner for .NET Core command line interface and Visual Studio IDE. It runs NSpec tests in .NET Core projects targeting both .NET Core and .NET Framework, both from console - taking advantage of `dotnet test` command line interface - as well as from Visual Studio Test Expl...
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Provides the initial skeleton to write specs/tests for client side scripts in ASP.NET MVC Application.
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It installs Visual Studio project templates to be used when creating projects from .NET Core 'dotnet new' command line interface. Currently, it contains a project template for a NSpec test library targeting both .NET Core and .NET Frameowrk. NOTE: Even if template currently creates a project suppo...
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Uses PhantomJS to run your mocha/chai/sinon test suite, shows results in your NUnit test runner
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A node.js and standalone mono-based web server powered test harness for ASP.NET MVC. Write your tests in JavaScript or CoffeeScript and use the best of both worlds
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ExpectThat for Mocha is an expressive, self-documenting assertion library for CoffeScript/JavaScript.
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Uses PhantomJS to run your mocha/chai/sinon test suite, base package to be used for specific test runners