ava v3.0.0-beta.2 Release Notes

Release Date: 2020-01-12 // 7 days ago
  • 🏗 We've been busy building AVA 3. It comes with a fair amount of breaking changes but also some exciting features, like a built-in debug mode!

    🚀 This is the second beta release. It addresses the known issues from the first beta.

    🚀 Please read the 3.0.0 Beta 1 release notes first

    🛠 Fixes

    • t.assert() once again counts as a passed assertion
    • ⚡️ --update-snapshots works again
    • console and process are available in ava.config.js files

    ✨ Enhancements

    All changes

    v3.0.0-beta.1...v3.0.0-beta.2

    Thanks

    ✅ Thank you @aptester, @theashraf and @sramam. We couldn't have done this without you!


Previous changes from v2.4.0

  • Experimental t.try() assertions

    ✅ Thanks to the amazing work and patience of @qlonik we're shipping a new assertion! t.try() lets you perform assertions and decide whether to commit or discard their outcome. All kinds of interesting things can be built on top of this, from fuzzy testers to new test interfaces and more.

    We're excited to get this out there, but it's not quite done yet. For now you have to opt in to this new feature. Being opt-in, we may make changes (breaking ones even!) until we feel this is stable.

    🔧 To opt in, configure AVA with the following:

    📦 package.json:

    { "ava": { "nonSemVerExperiments": { "tryAssertion": true } } }
    

    ava.config.js:

    export default { nonSemVerExperiments: { tryAssertion: true } };
    

    We'd love to hear your feedback. Please join us in this issue: #2250

    Also, if you're looking to help out with the remaining issues so that we can ship this without the opt-in, have a look at this project: https://github.com/orgs/avajs/projects/1

    Thanks again @qlonik!

    Other changes

    All changes

    v2.3.0...v2.4.0

    Thanks

    Thank you @jeremenichelli, @jamesgeorge007, @dongjae93, @qlonik and @tryzniak. We couldn't have done this without you!

    Get involved

    We welcome new contributors. AVA is a friendly place to get started in open source. We have a great article on getting started contributing and a comprehensive contributing guide.