For one of the sites I work on, SiteCatalyst (Adobe Analytics) is used to gather metrics. This library needs to be included inside the
<body>. This was problematic when I wanted to use grunt-contrib-jasmine to run my Jasmine unit tests headlessly with PhantomJS & Grunt (aka from the command line) since by default it generates a spec runner with all referenced JS in the
That’s when I read about using Jasmine Templates. This seemed like the solution but the documentation and getting to a working solution wasn’t super straight forward.
AppMeasurement.min-x.x.x.js) and a non-minified version (
The trickiest part in all of this was remembering to put
./tests/ instead of
tests/ as the path to load the template module so it loaded from the current working directory.
Here is what my code ended up looking like:
One Reply to “Jasmine with Custom Templates”
First of all, thanks for this article. This was exactly what I was looking for.
However, I am unable to understand how you are able to get references to ‘css’, ‘scripts’ in the Runner template. While trying your solution, I am even not able to get references to specs either.
Can you please help on this?