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Testing Javascript Applications: browser testing

 
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Hi,
Is there a way of automating a test to see if a block of JavaScript or an included script file will work with all the major browsers or at least a base level (ie less than two years old) version of browsers?
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Hi Paul,

Yes, besides running your application in multiple different browsers and writing tests with tools like Selenium, you can also use Karma to run tests themselves into multiple browsers.
 
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That's useful. Thank you.
 
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