mocha-cakes-2 is a testing framework for Node.js and the browser that provides a BDD-style syntax for writing tests. It is built on top of Mocha, a popular testing framework, and adds additional features and syntax enhancements.
Ava uses a more modern and concise syntax for writing tests, leveraging ES6 features such as async/await. Mocha-cakes-2, on the other hand, uses a more traditional syntax with callbacks and requires more boilerplate code.
Both Ava and Mocha-cakes-2 provide a wide range of features for writing tests. Ava has built-in support for parallel test execution, isolated test environments, and snapshot testing. Mocha-cakes-2 focuses on providing a BDD-style syntax and supports features like hooks, test organization using nested contexts, and custom reporters.
Ava has a minimalistic and easy-to-configure setup. It provides sensible defaults and requires minimal configuration. Mocha-cakes-2, on the other hand, requires more configuration and setup to get started. It provides more flexibility in terms of configuration options and test organization.
Ava has comprehensive and well-organized documentation, making it easy for developers to get started and find answers to their questions. Mocha-cakes-2 has decent documentation but may require some additional digging to find specific information.