AVA provides a comprehensive set of features for writing tests, including support for asynchronous testing, test parallelization, and snapshot testing. It also has built-in TypeScript support. @peeky/test, on the other hand, focuses on providing a minimalistic and intuitive testing experience with a focus on component testing and visual regression testing.
Both AVA and @peeky/test aim to provide a good developer experience. AVA has a simple and easy-to-use API, with clear and concise syntax. It also provides good error reporting and stack traces. @peeky/test focuses on providing a smooth and intuitive testing experience, with features like interactive test runner and visual regression testing.
AVA integrates well with popular testing libraries and frameworks like Babel, TypeScript, and ESLint. It also has a wide range of plugins and extensions available. @peeky/test is specifically designed for Vue.js applications and provides seamless integration with Vue components and libraries.
Community and Support
AVA has a large and active community, with extensive documentation, tutorials, and community support. It also has a well-maintained codebase and regular updates. @peeky/test, being a newer framework, may have a smaller community and fewer resources available, but it is actively maintained and has responsive maintainers.