Run tap(e) tests that need a browser...in your browser!
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npm install tapedeck
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|Version||0.3.4 last updated a year ago|
|Keywords||tape, tap, test, browser, client|
|Dependencies (7)||optimist, ecstatic, browserify, glob, phantomjs, freeport, xhr-write-stream|
Execute tap(e) tests that require browsers...in your browser! Meanwhile have your tap output in the console and a comfy watch mode.
tapedeck uses browserify for bundling your files.
Except for the
watch mode everything works down to Internet Explorer 7!
Usage: tapedeck [FILE/GLOB]... [OPTIONS] Options: -w, --watch watch mode -h, --html html reporter -p, --phantom, --phantomjs test headlessly with phantomjs
tapedeck asks you to open your browser, executes the tests with output on your console and exits with the proper exit code after the tests are run.
$ tapedeck test.js Open up http://localhost:13379 in your browser TAP version 13 # editable ok 1 input changed ok 2 stream received data ok 3 el changed 1..3 # tests 3 # pass 3 # ok $ echo $? 0
tapedeck keeps the session open and reruns the tests whenever a file changes, thanks to browserify's magic watch powers.
$ tapedeck test/*.js -w Open up http://localhost:34264 in your browser TAP version 13 # editable ok 1 input changed not ok 2 stream received data --- operator: equal expected: "it changed" actual: false ... ok 3 el changed 1..3 # tests 3 # pass 2 # fail 1 TAP version 13 # editable ok 1 input changed ok 2 stream received data ok 3 el changed 1..3 # tests 3 # pass 3 # ok
BRAND NEW: use phantomjs to run you tests headlessly. This way you don't need to open a browser, phantomjs does all that for you.
$ tapedeck test/*.js -p TAP version 13 # editable ok 1 input changed ok 2 stream received data ok 3 el changed 1..3 # tests 3 # pass 3 # ok
watch for super powers!
Shows the tests output directly in your browser. Use with caution, this may
break some tests that do DOM stuff like
<pre> is inserted in the body.
watch for super powers!
$ tapedeck test.js --html Open up http://localhost:22804 in your browser
$ sudo npm install -g tapedeck
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