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easy-testing

1.0.14 • Public • Published

Quick start

Make sure you have Node version >= 5.0 and NPM >= 3

Clone/Download the repo then edit app.component.ts inside /src/app/app.component.ts

install the repo with npm

npm install

start the server

npm start

use Hot Module Replacement

npm run server:dev:hmr

File Structure

We use the component approach in our starter. This is the new standard for developing Angular apps and a great way to ensure maintainable code by encapsulation of our behavior logic. A component is basically a self contained app usually in a single file or a folder with each concern as a file: style, template, specs, e2e, and component class. Here's how it looks:

easy-testing/
 ├──config/                        * our configuration
 |   ├──helpers.js                 * helper functions for our configuration files
 |   ├──spec-bundle.js             * ignore this magic that sets up our angular 2 testing environment
 |   ├──karma.conf.js              * karma config for our unit tests
 |   ├──protractor.conf.js         * protractor config for our end-to-end tests
 │   ├──webpack.dev.js             * our development webpack config
 │   ├──webpack.prod.js            * our production webpack config
 │   └──webpack.test.js            * our testing webpack config
 │
 ├──src/                           * our source files that will be compiled to javascript
 |   ├──main.browser.ts            * our entry file for our browser environment
 │   │
 |   ├──index.html                 * Index.html: where we generate our index page
 │   │
 │   │
 │   ├──app/                       * WebApp: folder
 │   │   ├──app.component.spec.ts  * a simple test of components in app.component.ts
 │   │   ├──app.e2e.ts             * a simple end-to-end test for /
 │   │   └──app.component.ts       * a simple version of our App component components
 │   │
 │   └──assets/                    * static assets are served here
 │       ├──service-worker.js      * ignore this. Web App service worker that's not complete yet
 │
 │
 ├──tslint.json                    * typescript lint config
 ├──typedoc.json                   * typescript documentation generator
 ├──tsconfig.json                  * typescript config used outside webpack
 ├──tsconfig.webpack.json          * config that webpack uses for typescript
 ├──package.json                   * what npm uses to manage it's dependencies
 └──webpack.config.js              * webpack main configuration file

Getting Started

Dependencies

What you need to run this app:

  • node and npm (brew install node)
  • Ensure you're running the latest versions Node v4.x.x+ (or v5.x.x) and NPM 3.x.x+

If you have nvm installed, which is highly recommended (brew install nvm) you can do a nvm install --lts && nvm use in $ to run with the latest Node LTS. You can also have this zsh done for you automatically

Once you have those, you should install these globals with npm install --global:

  • webpack (npm install --global webpack)
  • webpack-dev-server (npm install --global webpack-dev-server)
  • karma (npm install --global karma-cli)
  • protractor (npm install --global protractor)
  • typescript (npm install --global typescript)

Running the app

After you have installed all dependencies you can now run the app. Run npm run server to start a local server using webpack-dev-server which will watch, build (in-memory), and reload for you. The port will be displayed to you as http://0.0.0.0:3000 (or if you prefer IPv6, if you're using express server, then it's http://[::1]:3000/).

server

# development 
npm run server
# production 
npm run build:prod
npm run server:prod

Other commands

build files

# development 
npm run build:dev
# production (jit) 
npm run build:prod
# AoT 
npm run build:aot

hot module replacement

npm run server:dev:hmr

watch and build files

npm run watch

run unit tests

npm run test

watch and run our tests

npm run watch:test

run end-to-end tests

# update Webdriver (optional, done automatically by postinstall script) 
npm run webdriver:update
# this will start a test server and launch Protractor 
npm run e2e

continuous integration (run unit tests and e2e tests together)

# this will test both your JIT and AoT builds 
npm run ci

run Protractor's elementExplorer (for end-to-end)

npm run e2e:live

build Docker

npm run build:docker

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