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jest-watcher 29.7.0

Delightful JavaScript Testing.
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Package created
30 May 2018
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12 Sep 2023
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Total deps
56
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53 Packages, Including:
@babel/code-frame@7.24.7
@babel/helper-validator-identifier@7.24.7
@babel/highlight@7.24.7
@jest/console@29.7.0
@jest/schemas@29.6.3
@jest/test-result@29.7.0
@jest/types@29.6.3
@sinclair/typebox@0.27.8
@types/istanbul-lib-coverage@2.0.6
@types/istanbul-lib-report@3.0.3
@types/istanbul-reports@3.0.4
@types/node@20.14.4
@types/stack-utils@2.0.3
@types/yargs-parser@21.0.3
@types/yargs@17.0.32
ansi-escapes@4.3.2
ansi-regex@5.0.1
ansi-styles@3.2.1
ansi-styles@4.3.0
ansi-styles@5.2.0
braces@3.0.3
chalk@2.4.2
chalk@4.1.2
char-regex@1.0.2
ci-info@3.9.0
collect-v8-coverage@1.0.2
color-convert@1.9.3
color-convert@2.0.1
color-name@1.1.3
color-name@1.1.4
emittery@0.13.1
escape-string-regexp@1.0.5
escape-string-regexp@2.0.0
fill-range@7.1.1
has-flag@3.0.0
has-flag@4.0.0
is-number@7.0.0
jest-message-util@29.7.0
jest-util@29.7.0
jest-watcher@29.7.0
js-tokens@4.0.0
micromatch@4.0.7
picomatch@2.3.1
pretty-format@29.7.0
react-is@18.3.1
slash@3.0.0
stack-utils@2.0.6
string-length@4.0.2
strip-ansi@6.0.1
supports-color@5.5.0

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graceful-fs@4.2.11
picocolors@1.0.1

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@jest/test-result29.7.04.21 kBMIT
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@jest/types29.6.38 kBMIT
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@types/node20.14.41.99 MBMIT
prod
ansi-escapes4.3.25.13 kBMIT
prod
chalk4.1.211.31 kBMIT
prod
emittery0.13.110.41 kBMIT
prod
jest-util29.7.010.86 kBMIT
prod
string-length4.0.21.94 kBMIT
prod

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does jest-watcher do?

Jest-Watcher is a powerful package offered by Jest, a well-known JavaScript testing library. It enables real-time observation and interactive testing while a developer creates code. Jest-Watcher watches your code changes and instantly runs relevant tests, making the building and debugging process more efficient.

How do you use jest-watcher?

To make use of jest-watcher effectively, you should build scripts associated with your Jest tasks. The Jest watcher will activate whenever there's a change in your codebase triggered by the script. Firstly, installation of jest-watcher must be done:

npm install --save-dev jest-watcher

Then, incorporate it into the testing scripts. Here's a basic example of how you can use jest-watcher in your package.json:

"scripts": {
  "test": "jest",
  "test:watch": "jest --watch"
}

The jest --watch command will activate Jest-Watcher and keep a real-time watch over the codebase, running the appropriate tests whenever there are any code changes made.

Where are the jest-watcher docs?

The Jest-Watcher documentation resides in the main Jest documentation. To find detailed guidance and additional usage options on how to interact with Jest-Watcher, refer to Jest's official documentation page at https://jestjs.io/docs/en/getting-started. To navigate directly to the Jest-Watcher section, you can use your browser's search function and look for 'Jest-Watcher'.