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|Includes unit testing|
|Includes functional testing|
|Comes with TypeScript typings|
|Includes code coverage analysis|
|Runs tests in parallel for improved performance|
|Uses true1 browser events|
|Supports AMD natively|
|Runs stand-alone2 in browsers|
|Tests Node.js code|
|Supports multi-level source maps|
|Can be used with any3 assertion library|
|Includes multiple test interfaces|
|Lets you write your own custom test interfaces|
|Lets you write your own custom reporters|
|Uses Promises for asynchronous testing|
|Uses standard WebDriver APIs|
|Automatically handles Selenium server bugs|
|Tests native mobile apps|
|Built-in support for multiple CI services|
|Built-in support for multiple cloud testing services|
|Comes with Grunt tasks|
|Gets your coffee and makes photocopies|
2: Stand-alone means that unit tests can be executed in a browser by navigating to a URL without needing any special HTTP server or proxy for support.
3: If it throws an error on failure, it works with Intern.
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