Fork and/or clone, run
npm install and make changes as needed.
The grunt file will begin by starting a tunnel to BrowserStack (using the BrowserStackLocal binary) and then start executing the specified tests.
In the beginning of the file there are two placeholders; [BrowserStackUser] and [BrowserStackApiKey]. There you will have to input your BrowserStack credentials.
Contains the BrowserStack capabilities configurations, i.e. which browsers & devices to test against.
The server folder is what is being exposed through BrowserStackLocal. Files in here will be made available in BrowserStack over HTTP (using the address: http://[BrowserStackUser].browserstack.com/).
For instance, this example has a simple test harness (harness.html) which sets up a simple HTML5 video that the tests can check against.
Holds a few simple sample tests that load up the test harness and checks that a few things occurred.
- This example is made to be run on a Windows machine. To use something else you have to download the appropriate BrowserStackLocal binary and place it in the
- If you don't need to test local files but a page accessible over the internet you can remove the steps that start the BrowserStack tunnel.
- If you need to test an internal page that you don't have locally the tunnel can be set up as a proxy. Check the BrowserStackLocal binary's help section for command syntaxt to do this.
In lieu of a formal style guide, take care to maintain the existing coding style.
- 2017-10-09 v1.3.0 Broke out local selenium-standalone example into own repo.
- 2017-10-09 v1.2.1 Removed debug log.
- 2017-10-09 v1.2.0 Added example for local testing with selenium-standalone.
- 2017-04-26 v1.1.0 Refactored example tests.
- 2017-04-10 v1.0.0 Initial version.