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django-functest

https://readthedocs.org/projects/django-functest/badge/?version=latest

Helpers for creating high-level functional tests in Django, with a unified API for WebTest and Selenium tests.

Documentation

The full documentation is at https://django-functest.readthedocs.org.

Installation

pip install django-functest

See also the dependencies documentation for important compatibility information.

Features

  • A simplified API for writing functional tests in Django (tests that check the behaviour of entire views, or sets of views, e.g. a checkout process).
  • A unified API that abstracts over both WebTest and Selenium - write two tests at once!
  • Many of the gotchas and difficulties of using WebTest and Selenium ironed out for you.
  • Well tested - as well as its own test suite, which is run against Firefox and Chrome, it is also used by Wolf & Badger for tests covering many business critical functionalities.

Typical usage

In your tests.py:

from django.test import LiveServerTestCase, TestCase
from django_functest import FuncWebTestMixin, FuncSeleniumMixin, FuncBaseMixin

class ContactTestBase(FuncBaseMixin):
    # Abstract class, doesn't inherit from TestCase

    def test_contact_form(self):
        self.get_url('contact_form')
        self.fill({'#id_name': 'Joe',
                   '#id_message': 'Hello'})
        self.submit('input[type=submit]')
        self.assertTextPresent("Thanks for your message")

 class ContactWebTest(ContactTestBase, FuncWebTestMixin, TestCase):
     pass

 class ContactSeleniumTest(ContactTestBase, FuncSeleniumMixin, LiveServerTestCase):
     pass

In this way, you can write a single test with a high-level API, and run it in two ways - using a fast, WSGI-based method which emulates typical HTTP usage of a browser, and using a full browser that actually executes Javascript (if present) etc.

Under the hood, the WSGI-based method uses and builds upon WebTest and django-webtest.

django-functest provides its functionality as mixins, so that you can have your own base class for tests.

Contributing and tests

See CONTRIBUTING.rst for information about running the test suite and contributing to django-functest.

Paid support

Some of the maintainers are able to provide support on a paid basis for this Open Source project. This includes the following kinds of things:

  • Paying for bug fixes or new features (with the understanding that these changes will become freely available as part of the project and are not 'owned' by the person who paid for them).
  • Debugging or other support for integrating django-functest into your project.
  • Writing a test suite for you from scratch using django-functest.

If you are interested in these, you can contact the following developers:

Credits

This library was written originally by spookylukey, further improved by developers at Wolf & Badger, and released with the kind permission of that company.

Tools used in rendering this package:

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