For an overview, installation notes, and an example, see the readme.
- Create the Quixote test frame with
- Add test elements to the frame with
- Get elements from the frame with
- Reset the frame with
- Make assertions with
- When the descriptor you want doesn't exist, use
Classes and Modules
quixoteCreate the Quixote test frame and check browser compatibility.
QFrameManipulate the DOM inside your test frame.
QElementManipulate, make assertions about, and get styling information for a specific element.
Start with the descriptors overview.
PositionDescriptorX and Y coordinates.
SizeDescriptorWidths, heights, and distances.
Any class, property, or method that isn't described in the API documentation is not for public use and may change at any time. Breaking changes to the documented API will be described in the change log.
Class names may change at any time. Don't construct classes manually or refer to them by name. Any object you need can be obtained from a property or method call.
Each section of the API is marked with a stability index inspired by Node.js. They have the following meaning:
Stability: 0 - Deprecated This feature is known to be problematic, and changes are planned. Do not rely on it. Use of the feature may cause warnings. Backwards compatibility should not be expected. Stability: 1 - Experimental This feature was introduced recently, and may change or be removed in future versions. Please try it out and provide feedback. If it addresses a use-case that is important to you, tell the core team. Stability: 2 - Unstable The API is in the process of settling, but has not yet had sufficient real-world testing to be considered stable. Backwards-compatibility will be maintained if reasonable. Stability: 3 - Stable The API has proven satisfactory, but cleanup in the underlying code may cause minor changes. Backwards-compatibility is guaranteed. Stability: 4 - API Frozen This API has been tested extensively in production and is unlikely to ever have to change. Stability: 5 - Locked Unless serious bugs are found, this code will not ever change. Please do not suggest changes in this area; they will be refused.