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Configure the Angular CLI to use the Karma Mocha test reporter from @juristr on @eggheadio

  • Every Angular CLI generated project comes already with Karma preinstalled as well a couple of executable Jasmine specs.
  • The default test reporter is “progress” which simply logs out the number of passed and failed tests.
  • In this lesson we learn how to add the Karma Mocha test reporter to our Angular CLI setup.

Every Angular CLI generated project comes already with Karma preinstalled as well a couple of executable Jasmine specs. The default test reporter is “progress” which simply logs out the number of passed and failed tests. In this lesson we learn how to add the Karma Mocha test reporter to our Angular CLI setup.

Configure the Angular CLI to use the Karma Mocha test reporter from @juristr on @eggheadio

Configure the Angular CLI to use the Karma Mocha test reporter

Every Angular CLI generated project comes already with Karma preinstalled as well a couple of executable Jasmine specs. The default test reporter is “progress” which simply logs out the number of passed and failed tests. In this lesson we learn how to add the Karma Mocha test reporter to our Angular CLI setup.

Configure the Angular CLI to use the Karma Mocha test reporter from @juristr on @eggheadio