Cucumber Forge Desktop
Cucumber Forge Desktop allows users to create clean HTML reports without having to build the project or run the tests. Many of the stakeholders involved in the Cucumber documentation process do not need the test pass/fail information for the scenarios. Instead they just want simple reports that are easy to generate, read, and share.
Users of Cucumber Forge Desktop do not need technical knowledge or a development environment. They simply need access to the feature files to include in the report.
Cucumber Forge Desktop supports generating HTML documents from all of the feature files contained in a selected directory (and its sub-directories). The scenarios included in the report can be filtered by tag.
Detailed usage documentation can be found here.
To install and use Cucumber Forge, download the setup executable from the latest release.
This project is built on Travis.
Note that Cucumber Forge Desktop is an Electron-based front-end for the cucumber-forge-report-generator NPM library.
To install the project from the source code, run
npm install from the project directory.
npm start can be used to build and launch the app from the local source code.
Linting is available and can be run via
npm run lint.
To execute the automated tests, simply run
npm test from the project directory.
To open the DevTools when the application loads (for debugging purposes) add the following code to the createWindow() function of the main.js file:
The project extends the
eslint-config-airbnb ESLint configuration. This provides formatting standards for breaks, line length, declarations, etc.
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