Alternatives: jest, jasmine, ava
Mocha has extensive and well-documented official documentation, covering everything from installation to advanced usage. Livedoc-mocha may not have the same level of documentation and may rely on the Mocha documentation for general usage, with additional information specific to LiveDoc-style BDD testing.
Mocha is actively maintained and has a large development community, ensuring regular updates, bug fixes, and feature enhancements. Livedoc-mocha, being a fork, may have a smaller development team and a slower update cycle. It's important to consider the maintenance aspect when evaluating the long-term viability and support of the packages.
Mocha provides a high level of flexibility and extensibility through its plugin system, allowing you to customize and extend the framework to fit your specific testing needs. Livedoc-mocha inherits this flexibility from Mocha but adds the LiveDoc-style BDD testing on top, which may be beneficial if you prefer the LiveDoc approach to BDD testing.