This package has been deprecated
Stryker v1 is released, but you're still using a 0.x version. This version is no longer maintained. Please use @stryker-mutator/html-reporter. See https://stryker-mutator.io/blog/2019-02-13/announcing-stryker-1-0 for the full migration guide.
stryker-html-reporter0.18.1 • Public • Published
Stryker HTML Reporter
Click on the image below to see a real-life example of a report generated from a test run on stryker itself!
Install stryker-html-reporter from your project folder:
npm i --save-dev stryker-html-reporter
You can either configure the html reporter from the
stryker.conf.js file or from the command line. This readme describes how to do it via the config file.
Load the plugin
In order to use the
stryker-html-reporter it must be loaded in the stryker mutation testing framework via the stryker configuration.
Easiest is to leave out the
plugins section from your config entirely. That way, all node_modules starting with
stryker- will be loaded.
If you do descide to choose specific modules, don't forget to add
'stryker-html-reporter' to the list of plugins to load.
Use the reporter
In order to use the reporter, you must add
'html' to the reporters. For example:
reporters: ['html', 'progress'].
You can configure the html reporter by adding a
htmlReporter object to your config.
Configure the base directory to write the html report to.
Full config example
Use Stryker as you normally would. The report will be available where you have configured it, or in the
reports/mutation/html as a default.
See https://stryker-mutator.io for more info.