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Last Updated: February 25, 2016
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Using JSCheck in QUnit

If you're writing combinatorial logic, such as scheduling, or other search or constraint satisfaction problems, you may find property based testing useful. At least you should end up saner than trying to write unit tests for every combination yourself. You might even like to use it to exercise other functions you've written.

We're using qunit for testing (because of the ember integration) but this should be portable to other frameworks; there's not a lot of code.
https://github.com/nruth/qunit-jscheck

Results in teaspoon, showing only failing cases + summary of JSCheck run
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