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How to write testable web applications - sample project

Sample project for web applications testing lessons.

Old version: If you are looking for old version built on ASP.NET WebApi2 (.NET Framework 4.6.2) and AngularJS 1.6 check branch named old

Prerequisites

You need:

Quick start

  1. Clone this repository
  2. Go to src\Server\ and run dotnet run from command line. This compiles and starts server part of the application. (dotnet is part of .NET Core SDK)
  3. Go to src\Client\ClientApp\ and run npm install to install NPM packages. Then run ng serve. This compiles and starts client part of the application. (ng is part of Angular CLI)
  4. Navigate to http://localhost:4200 and you should see running application

Running tests

Server

Server tests can be run from Visual Studio Test Explorer or using dotnet test command. Visual Studio way is easy, tests just apper in Test Eplorer after build. (Note: EndToEndApiTests need running server to work)

To run tests from command line you need to:

  • Unit tests: Go to src\tests\ServerTests\ and run dotnet test. It runs unit tests for server part.
  • E2E tests: These tests need running server so run server using dotnet run in src\Server\ first. Then go to src\tests\EndToEndApiTests\ and run dotnet test. It runs E2E tests for server part.

Debugging tests

You can debug server tests from Visual Studio. Just put breakpoints to code and, right-click on test in Test Explorer and select Debug selected test

Client

Client tests can be run using Angular CLI.

  • Unit tests: Go to src\Client\ClientApp\ and run ng test. This command starts Chrome browser and executes client unit tests in it. You'll also see tests results in command line where you executed the command.
  • E2E tests: These tests need running server so run server using dotnet run in src\Server\ first. Then go to src\Client\ClientApp\ and run ng e2e. This command starts Chrome browser and executes E2E tests by interacting with application UI.

Debugging tests

You can debug client tests from Visual Studio Code. See Chrome Debugging with Angular CLI for details how to set it up.

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