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Jasmine Matchers Snippets

by JamieMason ST2/ST3

Snippets for Jest & Jasmine Matchers.

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Jasmine Matchers Snippets

Snippets to ease development with Jasmine Matchers.

In order to use the snippets, just enter the shortcode and press Tab.

Each snippet should be easy to remember as they follow the first and capital letters of each matcher, such as tohavearrayofbooleans.

Put an n at the beginning for .not cases;

  • tb creates expect(instance).toBe(instance)
  • ntb creates expect(instance).not.toBe(instance)

$1, $2 etc shows the position where the caret will appear after you've inserted a snippet. Pressing Tab again will move the caret to the next $n.