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    jasmine-integration

    Integration tests with jasmine. Visit node-todo for an example

    Usage

    First you need to visit a url and probably wait until the page is loaded:

      beforeEach(function(done) {
        page = visit("/");
        page.ready(done);
      });
    

    The page object supports clicking on elements:

      page.click("#selector")
    

    And filling in input fields:

      page.fill_in("#selector", "Some text");
    

    Async behavior with waitFor:

      beforeEach(function(done) {
        page.click("button");
        page.waitFor(function() {
          return someCondition() == true;
        }, done);
      });
    

    Installation

    • Install grunt cli: npm install grunt-cli -g

    • In package.json append to your devDependencies:

      "jasmine-integration": "0.0.1"
      
    • Install node modules: npm install

    • Add the following to your Gruntfile:

      grunt.loadNpmTasks('jasmine-integration');
      

    Basic setup for jasmine

    Assuming test files are called *Spec.js and the app is a node app. Add the following to config/jasmine.yml

    spec_files:
      - "**/*[Ss]pec.{js,coffee}"
    
    application_port: 8080
    
    server_command: "node server.js"
    

    Running tests

    • To run tests in the browser grunt jasmine:server

    • To run tests in headless mode grunt jasmine:server:ci

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    install

    npm i jasmine-integration

    Downloadsweekly downloads

    4

    version

    0.0.2

    license

    MIT

    repository

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