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Mocha allows us to say that a test spec or test suite is asynchronous. In this video, you'll learn how to pass an argument to the internal function of a 'describe' or 'it' block to tell Mocha to wait on running expectations until we specifically say so.
- Mocha allows us to say that a test spec or test suite is "asynchronous"
- Passing an argument to the internal function of a
it()block will tell Mocha to wait on running our expectations until we specifically say so
- Passing the
doneargument to our test spec tells Mocha that it’s supposed to wait for our instructions before checking our expectations.
- Mocha will wait for
done()to fire before checking the expectations
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