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  • Stefan Huber

    Absolutely great that you start integrating unit testing into ionic! This is really important!

  • Marc Bruederlin

    This is awesome!

  • Mark Gibson

    I’m going a bit off topic, but was wondering what Ionic’s (and the team) view is on the Crosswalk Project shutting down? Do you guys foresee issues developing for Android due to fragmentation of the browsers?

    • yesimahuman

      Generally, no. Crosswalk is shutting down because it achieved its mission to help app developers with a consistent web environment for their apps. Android now ships evergreen, consistent Chrome, making that problem obsolete.

      If you’re targeting old versions of Android, you may want to see about using Crosswalk still (the project is still usable). However, we’re focused on modern Android (4.4 and above) as usage on older Android is declining rapidly.

  • Josh Morony

    Excellent, great work Rob and thanks to the Ionic team for getting this integrated. Can’t wait to see integration with the CLI (would be awesome to have unit tests as an option for each of the templates, e.g. ionic start MyApp blank –tests)

  • Allen Fernandes

    thank you for this, I was waiting for some official testing thing from the Ionic Team, till then @joshmorony:disqus and @lathonez articles really helped. 🙂

  • slainer68

    Great. Why do you not just write the tests in the Conference app instead of creating an app just to demonstrate unit testing?

  • MilanInLondon

    Very very very good news !

    Thank you.

  • Leif Wells


    There appear to be several minor problems with the code in this repository. Take a look at the Issues and Pull Requests.

    Other than PRs (which I have created), how do I get more involved with this effort?


  • DominikPinsel

    I just cloned the repository and tried to run the tests doing the described steps, but I just get exceptions.
    Does anybody else has this problem, too?