AVA, low-config testing for JavaScript
Hugo Di Francesco

I installed AVA for a hot minute considering it to run tests for my Fetch Injection library. But I was greatly turned off by the number of dependencies it brought along with it, and quickly switched to Mocha. The speed of a tool is important, but not at the opportunity cost of switching, the unknowns introduced, and lack of documentation and complimentary tooling — as is the case with AVA today.