- The plugins section specifies that Karma should run the karma-webpack, karma-jasmine and karma-chrome-launcher plugins.
- karma-chrome-launcher – opens up an instance of Chrome when we run the tests.
- The command line interface for Karma needs to be installed globally.
- karma-jasmine – the Jasmine provider so that Karma can understand the results of our tests.
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