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mochawesome-report is the counterpart to a mochawesome, a custom reporter for use with the Javascript testing framework, mocha. This package takes the JSON output from mochawesome and generates a full fledged HTML/CSS report that helps visualize your test suites.


  • At-a-glance stats including pass percentage
  • Beautiful charts
  • Support for nested describes
  • Supports pending tests
  • Filter view by test type
  • Quick navigation menu
  • Review test code inline
  • Stack trace for failed tests
  • Responsive and mobile-friendly
  • Custom report options
  • Offline viewing
  • CLI for generating reports independent of mochawesome

Browser Support

Tested to work in Chrome. Should work in any modern web browser including IE9+. mochawesome-report generates a self-contained report that can be viewed offline.

Sample Report

Mochawesome Report Mochawesome Report Menu


via CLI

Install mochawesome-report package

npm install -g mochawesome-report

Run the command

mareport [test-output.json] <options>

via Mochawesome reporter

See mochawesome docs.


mochawesome-report generates the following inside your project directory:

├── assets
│   ├── app.css
│   ├── app.js
│   ├── MaterialIcons-Regular.woff
│   ├── MaterialIcons-Regular.woff2
│   ├── roboto-light-webfont.woff
│   ├── roboto-light-webfont.woff2
│   ├── roboto-medium-webfont.woff
│   ├── roboto-medium-webfont.woff2
│   ├── roboto-regular-webfont.woff
│   └── roboto-regular-webfont.woff2
└── mochawesome.html

CLI Options

mochawesome-report can be configured via command line flags

Flag Type Default Description
-f, --reportFilename string mochawesome Filename of saved report
-o, --reportDir string [cwd]/mochawesome-report Path to save report
-t, --reportTitle string mochawesome Report title
-p, --reportPageTitle string mochawesome-report Browser title
-i, --inline boolean false Inline report assets (scripts, styles)
--charts boolean true Display Suite charts
--code boolean true Display test code
--dev boolean false Enable dev mode (requires local webpack dev server)
-h, --help Show CLI help

Boolean options can be negated by adding --no before the option. For example: --no-code would set code to false.

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