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PlainText8262dWell you can still use your Jasmine and also you can try jest, jest is very similar to Jasmine but it gives alot for testing than Jasmine.
Here is a work I did with node, tests with Jasmine and also TravisCI for my build, you can check it out, the maintainability is low because I rushed the project and can refactor later, but i had to make sure I had lot of tests for almost every logic
jesustricks295462dava! what an amazing test framework. so modern, so user friendly.
the way it shows differences between expected and actual values is sublime.
very fast also. if you run it on a shell via watch mode, it reruns when you save a file, but you can rerun them manually by typing r