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gherkin-jest

0.24.0 • Public • Published

gherkin-jest

Now you can run tests written in gherkin using jest.

Usage

First, install:

$ yarn add --dev gherkin-jest

Then, add to your jest config:

"transform"{
  "^.+\\.feature$": "gherkin-jest"
},
"setupFiles"["<rootDir>/test/support"],
"testMatch"["**/*.test.ts", "**/*.feature"],
"moduleFileExtensions"["js", "jsx", "ts", "tsx", "feature"],

Define your steps in the setup file:

const { cucumber } = require('gherkin-jest');
 
cucumber.defineCreateWorld(() => {
  return {
    a: null,
    b: null,
    answer: null
  }
})
 
cucumber.defineRule('I have numbers {int} and {int}', (world, a, b) => {
  world.a = a;
  world.b = b;
});
 
cucumber.defineRule('I add them', (world) => {
  world.answer = world.a + world.b;
});
 
cucumber.defineRule('I get {int}', (world, answer) => {
  expect(world.answer).toBe(answer);
});

Write a test:

Feature: using feature files in jest
  As a developer
  I want to write tests in cucumber
  So that the business can understand my tests
 
  Scenario: a simple arithmetic test
    Given I have numbers 3 and 4
    When I add them
    Then I get 7

More documentation

This package just wraps the stucumber package to make a Jest transformer. More details on the flavour of Gherkin used and how to set up supporting code can be found in that package's documentation.

install

npm i gherkin-jest

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0.24.0

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