Grunt task for unit testing with jsTestDriver and PhantomJS.
Uniting testing using jsTestDriver and PhantomJS.
Navigate your console to your project folder and run command:
npm install grunt-jstestdriver-phantomjs
This will download the plugin to your project folder.
Then add this line to your project's `Gruntfile.js':
A basic config of jsTestDriver is as follows.
Currently we run JSTestDriver 1.3.3.d by default since it has proven more stable for certain scenarios but it you want to go with v.1.3.5, there's a flag for that.
jstdPhantom:options:useLatest : truefiles:
Then you can add the task to your gruntfile.
For a sample jstd-config visit jsTestDriver Wiki
We spawn a process of JSTD to create a server and wait for a little bit to make sure its up and running. Then we spawn a PhantomJS instance and direct it to the server /capture page. When PhantomJS notifies us that its getting the /heartbeat we trigger the running of the tests.
To be updated...
To be updated...
- 2014/18/08 - v.0.0.7 - Add option for using latest jstd. Upgraded grunt-lib-phantomjs to 0.6.0.
- 2013/18/09 - v.0.0.6 - Added filtering of output when killing child processes and started using _
- 2013/16/09 - v.0.0.5 - Adding timeout option Adding retires option. Using http module to decide when the server has started. Waiting for child processes to die.
- 2013/13/09 - v.0.0.4 - Make sure child proceses are dead before task is completed.
- 2013/11/09 - v.0.0.3 - Introduced promises, fix for paths and kills all spawned processes when task is done.
- 2013/11/09 - v.0.0.2 - Changed task name to "jstdPhantom", moved grunt-lib-phantom to dependencies
- 2013/10/09 - v0.0.1 - Added PhantomJS, downgraded jsTestDriver to v.1.3.3.d for stability. Set up task so that it spins up server, hooks up phantom AND runs the tests before exiting
- 2013/10/09 - v0.0.0 - Forked from Ricky Clegg