Create and run tests in Spearmint.

Zero coding required.

Easily create, save, and run tests intuitively using Spearmint. Access your app's file directory and codebase while enjoying a fully functional terminal and browser in-app. When you're ready to continue developing your application, your Jest test files will be in your app's __tests__ folder.

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A fresh take on testing.

Writing tests is like eating your veggies: it's something everyone knows that they should do, but not everyone does. Spearmint.js provides a simple way to write tests that gives you confidence your React application will work in the way your users interact with it.

Spearmint provides a user-friendly GUI for developers to easily generate tests with a few clicks of a button. It dynamically converts user inputs into executable test code through react-testing-library, jest, supertest, puppeteer, and axe-core.

Fun fact: The origin of the word “debugging” comes from Grace Hopper removing a moth that was causing the Mark II Aiken Relay computer to malfunction. Did you know that moths are repelled by spearmint?

Supports React, Redux, Hooks, Context, Puppeteer, Endpoint, and Accessibility Testing.

Spearmint isn't just for React. Write tests for your Redux actions, async functions, reducers, or middleware. While you're at it, check out your hooks, context or even your endpoints. If you're interested in performance, utilize the Puppeteer module. Provide custom mock data and inputs, and you're on your way.

The latest version of Spearmint has a specific focus on accessibility and saving tests. The Axe-Core library has been utilized to ensure your application is up to snuff for various accessibility standards and allow an internet for all.

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Accessibility Lens App Demo

Accessibility Lens.

See your app from different perspectives

Beyond testing your app for accessibility, Browser view's "Accessibility Lens" allow you to test out your application's usability as if you didn't have access to a mouse, or have a color/hearing mismatch.

Test Saving.

Thanks to the new login feature, developers can now save their test templates. This allows for a quick render of frequently desired test clusters. Simply click the “Save Test” button, name the test template you have created and you’re good to go. To reload the test template click the “Get Test” button and select the test by the name given. This makes recalling tests much easier than having to re-build the tests like in previous versions.

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Meet the Team!

Alfred Sta. Iglesia

Annie Shin

Charlie Maloney

Chloe Aribo

Cornelius Phanthanh

Dave Franz

Dieu 'Dieunity' Huynh

Evan Berghoff

Gabriel Christo

Johnny Lim

Julie Beak

Justin Baik

Karen Pinilla

Linda Wishingrad

Mahmoud 'Mo' Hmaidi

Max Bromet

Max Weisenberger

Mike Coker

Natlyn Phomsavanh

Nicolas Pita

Rachel Yoo

Sean Haverstock

Sharon Zhu

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Tristen Wastell

Tolan Thornton

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