Class: Clock

Clock()

Jasmine's mock clock is used when testing time dependent code.

Constructor

new Clock()

Note: Do not construct this directly, Jasmine will make one during booting. You can get the current clock with jasmine.clock.

Methods

install() → {Clock}

Install the mock clock over the built-in methods.

Since:
  • 2.0.0
Returns:
Type
Clock

mockDate(initialDateopt)

Instruct the installed Clock to also mock the date returned by new Date()

Parameters:
Name Type Attributes Default Description
initialDate Date <optional>
now

The Date to provide.

Since:
  • 2.1.0

tick(millis)

Tick the Clock forward, running any enqueued timeouts along the way

Parameters:
Name Type Description
millis int

The number of milliseconds to tick.

Since:
  • 1.3.0

uninstall()

Uninstall the mock clock, returning the built-in methods to their places.

Since:
  • 2.0.0

withMock(closure)

Execute a function with a mocked Clock

The clock will be installed before the function is called and uninstalled in a finally after the function completes.

Parameters:
Name Type Description
closure function

The function to be called.

Since:
  • 2.3.0