A utility library for testing client-side code in Node.js

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Bogomil Shopov
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We all know about Selenium and PhantomJS. They work well for testing client-side code. We may visit a page, fill forms, click buttons etc. However, it gets complex if we want to test only part of our application. We have to create a page that contains only the needed pieces. This definitely does not scale. Atomus is helpful during unit or functional testing. That's where the name came from. It works good with the atoms of your application. You simply include your framework and the module that needs testing. Then create an instance and start playing with the DOM and the module's API.