grunt-jasmine-chromeapp

1.10.0 • Public • Published

grunt-jasmine-chromeapp

Run jasmine specs in a Chrome Packaged App

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Getting Started

This plugin requires Grunt ~0.4.0

If you haven't used Grunt before, be sure to check out the Getting Started guide, which explains how to create your grunt file. Once you're familiar with the process, this plugin can be installed as:

npm install grunt-jasmine-chromeapp --save-dev

Once the plugin has been installed, it may be enabled with this line of JavaScript:

grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-jasmine-chromeapp');

Jasmine Task

Run this task with the grunt jasmine_chromeapp command.

Automatically builds and maintains the spec runner and reports results back to the grunt console. Starts chrome with a dynamically created packaged application which runs jasmine specs. The package reports results back to a web server run by the plugin, which then reports back to the console. This structure is chosen becasue selenium is unable to debug or instrument packaged applications directly.

Customize your SpecRunner

Use your own files in the app to customize your tests.

Options

src

Type: String|Array

Your source files and specs. These are the files you are testing.

options.paths

Type: String|Array

Listing of which files should be included as script tags in the test runner. If not set, defaults to all files listed as source files, but can define a subset of those files to support copying non-js files, or other support files which should not be directly included.

options.keepRunner

Type: Boolean Default: false

Prevents the auto-generated app from being automatically deleted, and leave the browser open.

options.binary

Type: String Default: undefined

Specify the locations of google-chrome to run for testing. Defaults to the per-platform default locations specified by chromedriver if not specified.

options.flags

Type: Array Default: []

Additional command-line flags to pass to chrome. These are appended to the default flags used for instantiation: --no-first-run, --force-app-mode, --apps-keep-chrome-alive-in-tests, --load-and-launch-app, and --user-data-dir. --no-startup-window is also used for the Mac platform.

options.timeout

Type: Number Default: 30000

How many milliseconds to wait for the browser to start up before failing.

options.outfile

Type: String Default: .build

The directory to stage the chrome app into.

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npm i grunt-jasmine-chromeapp

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Version

1.10.0

License

Apache-2.0

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  • willscott