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jsf-mock

jsf.js mocks

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When it comes to TDD, jsf.js needs to be mocked somehow.

Quickstart

Just include jsf.mock.js and you are good to go.

Mocked methods:

  • jsf.ajax.addOnEvent adds the given function as a normal event handler to a local array
  • jsf.ajax.addOnError adds the given function as an error handler to the local array

Helper methods:

  • jsf.ajax.fire([type], eventData, [name]) fires an event with the given data. If no type is provided, only the non error handlers will be used. If type === 'error' only the error handlers will be used. Finally if a name is provided handlers will be filtered based on their name.
  • jsf.ajax.hadlersSize([query]) returns the size of the available non error handlers if no query is given. If error is given as a query then returns the number of the error handlers. In any other case it returns the handlers with a name equal to the given query.
  • jsf.ajax.clearHandlers([query]) clears all the existing non error handlers available. If query === error it clears the error handlers. In any other case it clears the handlers with a name equal to the given query.

Here is an exaple of how to use it

var errorHandler = function () {};

jsf.ajax.addOnEvent(function () {});
jsf.ajax.addOnError(errorHandler);
jsf.ajax.addOnError(function anotherErrorHandler() {});

jsf.ajax.fire({}); //only the anonymous handler will be used
jsf.ajax.fire('error', {}); //only the error handlers will be used
jsf.ajax.fire('error', {}, 'anotherErrorHandler'); // only the anotherErrorHandler will be used

Developing

Assuming that you have node installed, you can gulp tdd in order to watch for file changes and run the tests. Before you commit make sure you run the default gulp task.

Finally you can use gulp to to a release with gulp release [--major|minor]. If no major or minor will be given the version will get bumped as a patch.

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