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domsuite

Browser testing/automation utilities with async/await

    0.5.0latest

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domsuite

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JavaScript browser testing/automation utilities. Uses async/await syntax to make asynchronous UI interactions straightforward.

Mocha example:

import {clickElement, condition, nextAnimationFrame} from 'domsuite'; describe(`my sweet UI`, function() { it(`renders the foo when I click the bar`, function() { await clickElement(document.querySelector(`.bar`)); await nextAnimationFrame(); expect(document.querySelector(`.bar`)).to.be.null; await condition(() => !!document.querySelector(`.foo`)); }); });

Installation

npm install --save-dev domsuite

Development / Running tests

Install dependencies

npm install

Browser tests run with Selenium through web-component-tester.

Run with locally installed browsers

npm test

Tunnel to Sauce Labs

SAUCE=1 npm test

Set credentials with environment variables SAUCE_USERNAME and SAUCE_ACCESS_KEY. The default browser/OS matrix is defined in wct.conf.js.

Testing dev loop

  • Terminal 1: Build browser test bundles, rebuild when source files change: WATCH=true npm run test-build
  • Terminal 2: Launch browsers, keep alive after tests run: PERSISTENT=true npm run test-run
  • Change source files, refresh browser tab to rerun tests
  • Open browser dev tools to stop on breakpoints, debug, etc

License

MIT

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