the Jasmine framework has almost everything built into it including assertions/expectations and test double utilities (which come in the form of spies). On the other hand, Mocha is just a test runner and does not include assertion and test double utilities. There are several choices for assertions when using Mocha, and Chai tends to be the most popular. Test doubles in Mocha also requires another library, and Sinon.js is often the de-facto choice. Sinon can also be a great addition to your test harness for its fake server implementation.
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