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sliw

0.2.0 • Public • Published

sliw

Not done. Full toolkit to make sure your electron application is working as expected.

How to use it

Install it:

npm install sliw

Add this to your index.js:

const { WebClient, ElectronClient } = require('sliw');
 
new WebClient({ window }).interactive();
new ElectronClient({ electron }).register();

Create a folder with your tests (let's name it sliw-tests) and inside it create your first test login.spec.js:

module.exports = sliw => sliw
    .open()
    .input('[name="username"]', 'myusername')
    .input('[name="password"]', 'mypassword')
    .shouldMatchSnapshot()
    .click('.submit-login')
    .wait('.logged-page')
    .shouldMatchSnapshot();

Create a file named sliw.config.js in root of your project and define options:

const login = require('./sliw-tests/login.spec');
 
module.exports = {
    pipelines: {
        login
    },
    snapshotsFolder: `${__dirname}/sliw-tests`,
    resolutions: [
        [1000, 600],
        [1200, 800],
        [800, 600]
    ]
};

Add script to your package.json:

"e2e": "NOT_WATCH=true sliw"

And you are ready to go:

npm run e2e

CLI

sliw

Executes test pipelines described on config sliw.config.js.

-p <pathToPipeline>

Execute single pipeline default config specifiec on sliw.config.js.

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npm i sliw

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