ES6 is here today. Several browsers have almost all ES6 features available, and even Microsoft Edge is getting there. Tools like Babel help cover the parts which browsers don’t have yet.
If you want to start using ES6 for development, that’s easy: there’s a lot of detailed information available. But what about testing? How do you write unit tests for ES6 code? How do you even configure the testing tools to work with the new features?
In this article, I’ll show you how to configure the most popular testing tools – Mocha, Jasmine, Karma and Testem – to work with ES6. We’ll also go over some best practices for testing ES6 code and writing tests with ES6. You won’t have to neglect testing your ES6 code anymore!