As an avid Yeoman user I start many of my pet projects, and some of my professional ones, by invoking generator-webapp. However, I miss the powerful development tools provided by the browser when I find a bug in my tests while running them through PhantomJS.
Therefore, after running
yo webapp, one of the first things that I usually do is to add a custom task to my Gruntfile so that I can run my tests in a browser window.
My testlivereload subtask looks like this:
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And my testlive task:
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I also learned recently that I can add a
-d flag to a
grunt command to make it more verbose. That way I can also have more feedback from, for example, PhantomJS when running my usual grunt serve command.