dalek-reporter-html

HTML reporter for the Dalekjs testing framework

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dalek-reporter-html

DalekJS reporter plugin for html output

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The HTML reporter can produce a set of HTML files with the results of your testrun.

The reporter can be installed with the following command:

$ npm install dalek-reporter-html --save-dev

By default the files will be written to the report/dalek/ folder, you can change this by adding a config option to the your Dalekfile

"html-reporter": {
  "dest": "your/folder"
}

If you would like to use the reporter (in addition to the std. console reporter), you can start dalek with a special command line argument

$ dalek your_test.js -r console,html

or you can add it to your Dalekfile

  "reporter": ["console", "html"]

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