Pre-release
Pre-release

@vfarcic vfarcic released this Dec 11, 2014 · 35 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

To run the application from the bdd-assistant-0.5.0.tar.gz

Download the bdd-assistant-0.5.0.tar.gz and uncompress. Run:

wget https://github.com/TechnologyConversations/TechnologyConversationsBdd/releases/download/0.5.0/bdd-assistant-0.5.0.tar.gz
tar -xzf bdd-assistant-0.5.0.tar.gz
cd bdd-assistant
target/universal/stage/bin/tcbdd

Open http://localhost:9000 in you favorite browser.

To compile and run the application from the source code

Install Scala, Play/Activator and SBT
Download the release from https://github.com/TechnologyConversations/TechnologyConversationsBdd/releases.

sbt stage
target/universal/stage/bin/tcbdd

Open http://localhost:9000 in you favorite browser.

To compile and run the application in production mode:

Install Scala, Play/Activator and SBT

git clone https://github.com/TechnologyConversations/TechnologyConversationsBdd.git
sbt stage
target/universal/stage/bin/tcbdd

Open http://localhost:9000 in you favorite browser.

To run the application in development mode (re-compiles with every change to the code):

Install Scala, Play/Activator and SBT

git clone https://github.com/TechnologyConversations/TechnologyConversationsBdd.git
sbt run

Open http://localhost:9000 in you favorite browser.

Pre-release
Pre-release

@vfarcic vfarcic released this Aug 30, 2014 · 122 commits to master since this release

Assets 2

To compile and run the application from the release

Install Scala, Play/Activator and SBT
Download the release from https://github.com/TechnologyConversations/TechnologyConversationsBdd/releases.

sbt stage
target/universal/stage/bin/tcbdd

Open the http://localhost:9000 in you favorite browser.

To compile and run the application in production mode:

Install Scala, Play/Activator and SBT

git clone https://github.com/TechnologyConversations/TechnologyConversationsBdd.git
sbt stage
target/universal/stage/bin/tcbdd

Open the http://localhost:9000 in you favorite browser.

To run the application in development mode (re-compiles with every change to the code):

Install Scala, Play/Activator and SBT

git clone https://github.com/TechnologyConversations/TechnologyConversationsBdd.git
sbt run

Open the http://localhost:9000 in you favorite browser.

Pre-release

@vfarcic vfarcic released this Jul 30, 2014 · 186 commits to master since this release

Assets 2

To compile and run the application from the release

Install Scala, Play/Activator and SBT
Download the release from https://github.com/TechnologyConversations/TechnologyConversationsBdd/releases.

sbt stage
target/universal/stage/bin/tcbdd

Open the http://localhost:9000 in you favorite browser.

To compile and run the application in production mode:

Install Scala, Play/Activator and SBT

git clone https://github.com/TechnologyConversations/TechnologyConversationsBdd.git
sbt stage
target/universal/stage/bin/tcbdd

Open the http://localhost:9000 in you favorite browser.

To run the application in development mode (re-compiles with every change to the code):

Install Scala, Play/Activator and SBT

git clone https://github.com/TechnologyConversations/TechnologyConversationsBdd.git
sbt run

Open the http://localhost:9000 in you favorite browser.

Pre-release

@jfalguera jfalguera released this Jul 29, 2014 · 186 commits to master since this release

Assets 2

This release has been done for the purpose of the BDD presentation in Agile 2014 in Orlando.

Download and install JDK and SBT.

Download the release.

Unpack the release, stage and run the application:

sbt stage
target/universal/stage/bin/tcbdd

Unpack the release in a separate directory and, from a different command prompt, run the application that will be tested:

sbt "run 1234"

Open localhost:9000 in the browser.

Browse Stories > tcbdd > login > login > Run Story.

Set following parameters:
timeout: 4
widthHeight: 1024,700
url: http://localhost:1234
browser: Phantom JS

Click the Run button.

HTML code that is being tested can be found in public/html/login/login.tmpl.html. Different stages can be found in login.tmpl.XX.html where 00 does not pass any scenario, 01 passes 1 scenario, etc. They can be used instead of login.tmpl.html to simulate the development progress from no scenarios passing until every work correctly.