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    karma-websocket-server

    1.0.0 • Public • Published

    karma-websocket-server

    Makes it easy to globally start a websocket-node server for karma unit tests.

    Installation

    npm install karma-websocket-server --save-dev

    Usage

    // karma.conf.js
    module.exports = function(config) {
      // ... snip
      frameworks: [ 'websocket-server' ],
      websocketServer: {
        port: 8889,
        beforeStart: (server) => {
          server.on('request', (req) => {
            console.log(new Date() + ' new websocket request...');
          });
        },
        afterStart: (server) => {
          console.log('Server now listening!');
        }
      }
    });

    The configuration object

    After the framework is added to the karma configuration, you can control its behaviour with the websocketServer configuration object. The object holds three seperate items:

    port (Number):

    The port the server will run on. Defaults to 8889 if not provided.

    beforeStart (Function):

    This callback is invoked directly before the http server starts to listen. It takes the created websocket server instance as parameter. Use this callback to add listeners (like request) to the configuration.

    afterStart (Function):

    This callback is invoked after the http server has started. It takes the created websocket server instance as parameter.


    Special thanks

    Special thanks go to Tadas Subonis for creating karma-express-http-server where I borrowed some of the code.

    Licence

    karma-websocket-server is available under MIT-License and can therefore be used in any project free of charge.

    Install

    npm i karma-websocket-server

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    Version

    1.0.0

    License

    MIT

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