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    Torment

    Perceptual diffing suite
    built on Nightmare by Segment

    Getting Started

    You can look at test/index.js as an example for how to use Torment. To run the example test just run make test after cloning this repo.

    Reference

    Torment is built on Nightmare and used in combination with Mocha (though other test frameworks can be used). You'll also need to read and use both of those library's APIs to use Torment effectively.

    This project was forked from Niffy

    Torment(basehost, testhost[, options])

    To create a new Torment differ:

    let torment = new Torment(basehost, testhost, options, testsFunction);
    • basehost is the url that is assumed "good"
    • testhost is the url that you are comparing to the base
    • options aside from the few specific Torment options, all nightmare options can be used. They can be seen here in the Nightmare docs
      • pngPath is the folder the screenshots will be saved.
      • threshold is the maximum percentage difference for a passing test
      • targets a list of resolutions to test
    • testsFunction

    Torment supplies these defaults:

    {
      pngPath : './.torment`,
      threshold : 0.2,
      targets : {
        default : [ 1400, 1000 ]
      }
    }

    Usage

    Whatever tests you want to run at each resolution must be wrapped in a function and passed as the testsFunction parameter of the Torment constructor.

    Mocha example:

    new Torment(
      'https://google.com',
      'https://google.co.jp',
      {
        targets: {
          small: [100,200],
          big: [1000,2000]
        }
      }, ( torment, size ) => {
     
      const { label, width, height } = size;
     
      describe(`${label} : ${width} x ${height}`, () => {
        it('Homepage', function* () {
          yield torment.test('/');
        })
     
        after(function* () {
          yield torment.end();
        });
      }
    );

    (see test/index.js for a full example)

    .test(url[, fn])

    This method instructs torment to go to a url (and optionally take additional actions like clicking, typing or checkboxing via the fn argument), and test basehost vs. testhost screenshots for pixel differences, and output the diff-highlight image. Typically you'll use .test(url, fn) in the body of a mocha test, like this:

    it('/news', function* () {
      yield torment.test('/news');
    });

    .goto(url[, fn])

    This method instructs torment to go to a url and optionally take additional actions like clicking, typing or checkboxing via the fn argument. Typically you'll use .goto(url, fn) in the before method of a mocha test suite, like this:

    before(function* () {
      yield torment.goto('/logout', function* (nightmare) {
        yield nightmare
          .type('input[name="email"]', 'fake@faketestfaketest.com')
          .type('input[name="password"]', 'fakepassword')
          .click('button[type="submit"]');
      });
    });

    .end()

    This method closes the underlying Nightmare instance (e.g. freeing up memory). Typically you'll use .end() in the after method of a mocha test suite, like this:

    after(function* () {
      yield torment.end();
    });

    Contributing

    Development of Torment requires node 7 or higher.

    Torment's branch structure goes as follows:

    • master - latest stable git repo.

    • dev - current development branch. This is where feature branches should branch from.

    • issue branches - these branches come from dev and are branched for a specific feature or bug, then get merged back into dev. The branch names should follow the structure GH-(issue number)-(name)


    We gladly accept and review any pull-requests into the current dev branch. Feel free! ❤️

    Otherwise, if you just want to talk, we are very easy to get a hold of!

    This project adheres to the Contributor Covenant. By participating, you are expected to honor this code.

    Torment - Code of Conduct

    License (MIT)

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    npm i torment

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