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7. Jasmine and Selenium Assertions

Shashank Shukla1  
Mandla, Madhya Pradesh, India
This chapter discusses assertions. In automation, the validations in test scripts are known as assertions. Node.js has a built-in assertion library that is called as follows: const assert = require(assert). No installation is required. However, Protractor uses Jasmine’s assertions to perform validations. You will look at the following examples in this chapter.
  • Expected result is equal to the actual result

  • Expected result is the actual result

  • Expected result is positive

  • Expected result is negative

  • Negative ...

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