No description, website, or topics provided.
Clone or download
Latest commit 15df1d7 Dec 22, 2018
Permalink
Type Name Latest commit message Commit time
Failed to load latest commit information.
src Updated versions Dec 21, 2018
.gitignore Fixed the multi-user tests Apr 21, 2016
README.md Updated to 2.0.20 Dec 2, 2018
pom.xml Updated versions Dec 21, 2018
serenity.properties Updated versions Dec 21, 2018

README.md

Screenplay Pattern with Serenity BDD

This project is a simple demonstration showing the difference between the PageObject and the Screenplay pattern, both implemented using the Serenity BDD library and JUnit.

The web tests you'll find here run against the http://todomvc.com/examples/angularjs/#/ application and are organised by feature in packages under src/test/java/net/serenitybdd/demos/todos/<pattern name>/features.

By default the tests run on Chrome, so make sure you have the latest chromedriver instance on your system path.

PageObjects implementation

These tests use pages and steps defined in src/main/java/net/serenitybdd/demos/todos/pageobjects.

The overall project structure is shown below:

+ model
    Domain model classes
+ pages
    PageObjects
+ steps
    Tasks and assertions performed by the "user"

Screenplay implementation

These tests use tasks, actions, questions and page elements defined in src/main/java/net/serenitybdd/demos/todos/screenplay.

The overall project structure is shown below:

+ model
    Domain model classes
+ tasks
    Business-level tasks
+ action
    UI interactions
+ pages
    Page Objects and Page Elements
+ questions
    Objects used to query the application

Running the project

To run the project you'll need JDK 1.8 and Maven installed.

Screenplay and Cucumber

The first demo shows the integration of Serenity BDD, Screenplay and Cucumber JVM. To run it, execute:

mvn clean verify -Pcucumber

Screenplay and JUnit

The second demo covers the integration of Serenity BDD, Screenplay and JUnit.

To run it, execute:

mvn clean verify -Pscreenplay

Page Objects and JUnit

We've also included a demo of how the tests you've just seen implemented using the Screenplay Pattern would have looked if they were implemented using the Page Objects.

To run it, execute:

mvn clean verify -Ppageobjects

Reporting

The Serenity reports will be generated in the target/site/serenity directory.