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QUnit Announces the Release of Javascript Unit Tester

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QUnit has come a long way over the years, so much so that it now has its own GitHub repository to host all their files and the ability to test both jQuery libries and external project. The new standalone QUnit’s new feature that will display individual tests means that developers and testers can now show the time results for each test performed versus the entire list of test results making it much easier to find what you are looking for and to spot slow tests in your test suite, in addition, you can now tune tests so they finish more quickly. Read the full blog here.



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