TestCafé – Configuration Example
You want to have configurable test scripts, but don't know how to do it with TestCafé?
This small repository provides one of many possible approaches to that.
This repository doesn't deal with TestCafé Configuration, but is focused on making the tests configurable.
Such configuration might be needed when you have a suite of tests you would like to use in different environments, like development, staging, UAT or production.
Define environment variable you will use to drive the choice of configuration with. By default it's
env, but you can set your own in
In your test suite, import
config, call it, and you have access to your data in your tests now.
You can also use
--env=xxx parameter - but it will work only when you state browsers
and scripts-src in the command line too, before using that unknown by TestCafé parameter.
Setting your CI/CD pipeline variables is not discussed here – roll it on your own.
> set ENV=dev > yarn test yarn run v1.22.5 $ testcafe Running tests in: - Chrome 89.0.4389.128 / Windows 10 Example Checking http://example.net/ √ Should greet user with Example 1 passed (1s) Done in 8.29s.
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