In this episode you'll see how to use an actual browser instance with the same grunt-contrib-jasmine plugin from Episode 35. In this case, we're going to add one more grunt module: grunt-contrib-connect. This module will let you create a web server to run your browser based Jasmine unit tests inside of a real browser!
Of course there are advantages to running in a headless browser, like having command line feedback and being able to use continuous integration servers. But sometimes it's easier to use the built-in debugging tools and with the visual and UI based nature of an actual browser. When you need it, you really need it, and knowing how to run your Jasmine tests in a browser is a necessary part of a good test suite.