Jasmine-core uses a behavior-driven development (BDD) syntax for test cases, making it more readable and descriptive. LiveDoc-Mocha, on the other hand, uses a more traditional Mocha syntax, which may be familiar to developers already using Mocha for testing.
Jasmine-core provides a comprehensive set of built-in features, including mocking, spies, and assertions. It also has a built-in test runner and supports asynchronous testing. LiveDoc-Mocha, on the other hand, extends the Mocha framework by adding a living documentation approach, which allows test cases to serve as documentation. It provides additional features like generating documentation from test cases and enriched test reporting.
Ease of Use
Community and Support
Jasmine-core has a large and active community with extensive documentation, tutorials, and resources available, which makes it easier to find help and support. LiveDoc-Mocha, being a less popular package, may have a smaller community and fewer available resources.