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cli-test-intern

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The official Dojo 2 test command. This package uses Intern to run unit and functional tests against your Dojo project.

Usage

Prerequisites

This project is a command for the Dojo CLI. Please visit the Dojo CLI project for information about the project and how to install.

Installation

The use @dojo/cli-test-intern in a project, install the package:

npm install @dojo/cli-test-intern

Basic Usage

First, build your application and tests using @dojo/cli-build-app

dojo build app --mode dev
dojo build app --mode test

Then, run your tests using @dojo/cli-test-intern

dojo test -a

There are several configuration options available. To list them run dojo test -h.

Running Tests

Intern supports two types of testing approaches unit and functional. Unit tests are tests run via node and the local Selenium tunnel and test isolated blocks of code. Functional tests are run using Selenium in the browser and test the overall functionality of the software as a user would interact with it.

Unit tests

Unit tests may be run explicitly with the -u flag or as part of a full test run using the -a flag

dojo test -u

@dojo/cli-test-intern will execute tests located at output/tests/unit.js in node and in Chrome and provide a report listing any failed tests and display a coverage report.

Functional tests

Functional tests may be run explicitly with the -f flag or as part of a full test run using the -a flag

dojo test -f

@dojo/cli-test-intern will execute tests located at ./output/test/functional.js in Chrome using Selenium and provide a report listing any failed tests.

Testing services

Intern comes with support for running tests remotely on BrowserStack, SauceLabs, and TestingBot. You may use one of these services by signing up for an account and providing your credentials to cli-test-intern. By default, all of the testing services will run tests against IE11, Firefox, and Chrome.

BrowserStack

BrowserStack requires an access key and username to use its services. These may be provided on the command line or as environment variables as described in Intern's documentation.

dojo test -a -c browserstack -k <accesskey> --userName <username>

or with environment variables

BROWSERSTACK_USERNAME=<username> BROWSERSTACK_ACCESS_KEY=<key> dojo test -a -c browserstack

SauceLabs

SauceLabs requires an access key and username to use its services. These may be provided on the command line or as environment variables as described in Intern's documentation.

dojo test -a -c saucelabs -k <accesskey> --userName <username>

or with environment variables

SAUCE_USERNAME=<username> SAUCE_ACCESS_KEY=<key> dojo test -a -c saucelabs

TestingBot

TestingBot requires an key and a secret to use its services. These may be provided on the command line or as environment variables as described in Intern's documentation.

dojo test -a -c testingbot -k <key> -s <secret>

or with environment variables

TESTINGBOT_SECRET=<secret> TESTINGBOT_KEY=<key> dojo test -a -c saucelabs

How do I contribute?

We appreciate your interest! Please see the Dojo 2 Meta Repository for the Contributing Guidelines.

Code Style

This repository uses prettier for code styling rules and formatting. A pre-commit hook is installed automatically and configured to run prettier against all staged files as per the configuration in the projects package.json.

An additional npm script to run prettier (with write set to true) against all src and test project files is available by running:

npm run prettier

Testing

Test cases MUST be written using Intern using the "bdd" test interface and "assert" assertion interface.

90% branch coverage MUST be provided for all code submitted to this repository, as reported by Istanbul’s combined coverage results for all supported platforms.

To test locally in node run:

grunt test

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