grunt-blueprint-test-runner
API Blueprint Protractor Test Runner
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API Blueprint and Protractor Test Runner.

A Grunt plugin for running Angular.js functional tests combining Drakov and Protractor.

Getting Started

This plugin requires Grunt ~0.4.5

npm install grunt-blueprint-test-runner --save-dev

Once the plugin has been installed, it may be enabled inside your Gruntfile with this line of JavaScript:

grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-blueprint-test-runner');

The "blueprint_test_runner" task

Overview

In your project's Gruntfile, add a section named blueprint-test-runner to the data object passed into grunt.initConfig().

grunt.initConfig({
  blueprint_test_runner: {
    your_target: {
      drakov: {
        sourceFiles: 'path/to/blueprint/files/**/*.md',
        serverPort: 3000,
        staticPaths: 'path/to/static/files'
      },
      protractor: {
        suites: {
          test-suite1: 'path/to/specs/**.js'
        }
      }    
    }
  }
});

NOTE: The plugin defaults to running the tests with selenium + phantomjs. See example below to run with chromedriver.

Usage Examples

Default Options

This is an example of a minimum configuration config.

The sourceFiles property is required in the drakov object below. suites is also required to have entries like the example below.

grunt.initConfig({
  blueprint_test_runner: {
    your_target: {
      drakov: {
        sourceFiles: 'path/to/blueprint/files/**/*.md',
      },
      protractor: {
        suites: {
          test-suite1: 'path/to/specs/**.js'
        }
      }    
    }
  }
});

Specifying browserName when running with Selenium standalone

You can specify the browser to run with Selenenium, simply add browserName: <browser> inside your target properties.

grunt.initConfig({
  blueprint_test_runner: {
    your_target: {
      browserName: 'firefox',
      ...    
    }
  }
});

Running with the chromedriver

This is an example of a minimum configuration config.

Instead of running with selenium and phantomjs, simply add chromeDriver: true inside your target properties.

grunt.initConfig({
  blueprint_test_runner: {
    your_target: {
      chromeDriver: true,
      drakov: {
        sourceFiles: 'path/to/blueprint/files/**/*.md',
      },
      protractor: {
        suites: {
          test-suite1: 'path/to/specs/**.js'
        }
      }    
    }
  }
});

Configuration to run protractor tests without Drakov

In case you wish to execute protractor tests without Drakov running simple leave out the drakov property

Configuration with additional protractor properties

There are some defaults configured for running protractor. You can as a minimum just include specs or suites.

If you require additions to the protractor configuration, these are passed directly from the protractor property in your target configuration.

See

grunt.initConfig({
  blueprint_test_runner: {
    your_target: {
      drakov: {
        sourceFiles: 'path/to/blueprint/files/**/*.md',
        serverPort: 3000,
        staticPaths: 'path/to/static/files'
      },
      protractor: {
        specs: [
            'path/to/some/specs/**/*.js'
        ]
        params: {
            foo: function() {
                return 'bar';
            }
        }
      }
    }
  }
});

Configuration with additional Drakov properties

This is an example of all the extra properties for Drakov including server port and a basic static route.

The sourceFiles property is required in the drakov object below.

grunt.initConfig({
  blueprint_test_runner: {
    your_target: {
      drakov: {
        sourceFiles: 'path/to/blueprint/files/**/*.md',
        serverPort: 3000,
        staticPaths: 'path/to/static/files'
      },
      protractor: {
        suites: {
          test-suite1: 'path/to/specs/**.js'
        }
      }    
    }
  }
});

staticPaths can also take a path with a mount point, i.e. staticPaths: 'path/to/static/files=/url/mnt'. This will mount the files at the url base path of /url/mnt.

You can also provide multiple paths/mounts by substituting the value with an array.

For example:

...
staticPaths: [
    'path/to/static/files',
    'another/path/to/static/files=/mnt/me/here'
]
...

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