cypress-plugin-stripe-elements
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cypress-plugin-stripe-elements

This plugin provides a fillElementsInput that makes it easy to fill out Stripe Elements inputs without cy.wait() hacks or anything else.

cy.fillElementsInput('cardNumber', '4242424242424242');

Installation

npm install --save-dev cypress-plugin-stripe-elements
# or
yarn add --dev cypress-plugin-stripe-elements

Set { "chromeWebSecurity": false } in your cypress.json file, or the plugin will not work.

Import the plugin in your cypress/support/index.js file:

// cypress/support/index.js

import 'cypress-plugin-stripe-elements';

TypeScript

Make sure to include the following types in your tsconfig.json file:

{
  "compilerOptions": {
    "types": ["cypress", "cypress-plugin-stripe-elements"]
  }
}

Usage

This package provides a cy.fillElementsInput(name, value) command.

The name parameter can be one of:

  • cardNumber - credit card number field
  • cardExpiry - credit card MM/YY expiry field
  • cardCvc - credit card 3-digit CVC field
  • postalCode - postal/ZIP code

or any string value matching the data-elements-stable-field-name attribute of the Elements <input> you want to target. Use the DevTools/inspector to figure out the stable field name.

The value is whatever string you want to fill the field with.

describe('payment form', () => {
  it('allows for a successful payment', () => {
    cy.visit(`http://localhost:4000`);

    // It's recommended to scope `fillElementsInput` to a specific container
    // in case you have multiple Stripe Elements on the page.
    cy.get('#card-element').within(() => {
      cy.fillElementsInput('cardNumber', '4242424242424242');
      cy.fillElementsInput('cardExpiry', '1025'); // MMYY
      cy.fillElementsInput('cardCvc', '123');
      cy.fillElementsInput('postalCode', '90210');
    });

    // Click your Pay button (yours is different)
    // cy.get('#pay-button').click();

    // TODO: Assert some success state
  })
})

Development

To modify this plugin, git clone the repo and run yarn install. You can run the tests with yarn test after setting the environment variables CYPRESS_TEST_APP_PORT and STRIPE_PUBLISHABLE_KEY:

CYPRESS_TEST_APP_PORT=4000 STRIPE_PUBLISHABLE_KEY=your_key_here yarn test

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npm i cypress-plugin-stripe-elements

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