Overview Behat : BDD for PHP Mink: Web Acceptance Testing Framework Behat with Sauce Labs for cloud testing Relish for living documentation Building feature with Jenkins Useful Links
Behat : BDD for PHP Behat is a BDD framework for PHP applications. http://behat.org/ BDD approach Feature is defined in story format. Domain Specific Language used is Gherkin. Behat is developed by Konstantin Kudryashov (@everzet)
Mink Mink is a acceptance test framework for PHP applications http://mink.behat.org/ Mink has different drivers for browser emulation. Bowser emulationcan be headless or with browser controllers.Mink supports both selenium1 driver as well as webdriver. Mink has various APIs that can used to control browser actions.Full list of Mink APIs can found here http://mink.behat.org/api/
Installations Behat Installation: Run following commands from your pear channel$ sudo pear channel-discover pear.behat.org$ sudo pear channel-discover pear.symfony.com$ sudo pear install behat/gherkin-beta$ sudo pear install behat/behat-beta Mink Installation$ pear channel-discover pear.symfony.com$ pear channel-discover pear.behat.org$ pear install behat/mink Check Installations$ behat –version Behat version 2.2.0Mink can be used by including following file in PHP classes. require_once mink/autoload.php;
Start Your ProjectNavigate to the project root directory and initialize Behat by running these commands:
Behat with Sauce Labs Sauce Labs is a cloud testing service which allows tests to run in cloud machine with specified browser. http://saucelabs.com/ Behat features can be run on sauce labs by simple configuration We need to create another configuration file to run features on Sauce Labs.
Create sauce.yml In order to run feature on Sauce Labs, we need to create sauce.yml as a config file. You need Sauce labs username and API key.
Run Feature on Sauce Labs You need to tell behat to pick sauce.yml as config file $behat -c sauce.yml You can watch video this job here: http://snipurl.com/21y5lb6
Relish: Living Documentation Relish is cool tool to manage Gherkins feature files online. https://www.relishapp.com/relish/relish/docs Install RelishYou need to have Ruby gems installed on your system. $gem install relish Create Project $relish projects:add projectName# or, if you want a private project: $relish projects:add my-secret-project:private Push your files online $relish push my-best-project moonstar:NewBehat sjagtap$ relish push sjagtap/acne sent: features/wikiSearch.feature
Relish You can find our feature on Relish here https://www.relishapp.com/sjagtap/acne/docs/wikisearch
Source Code from GitHubGet Sample Source Code available on GitHub https://github.com/Shashi-ibuildings/Behat-SauceClone the repository $ git clone email@example.com:Shashi-ibuildings/Behat-Sauce.git $ cd /path to/Behat-SauceEdit ‘Sauce.yml’ file in order to specify your username and API key. Now, RunANT command to execute feature on sauce Labs $ ant runSauceSee the reports generated in report/report.html file.
Directory Structure Once you cloned project, You will have following files in the project, directory structure looks like this
Running Features on Jenkins Jenkins is continuous integration server To configure Behat with CI server, we need build.xml file You need to have Jenkins installed on server or localhost- We will Run Jenkins- moonstar:~ sjagtap$ java -jar jenkins-1.war Visit http://localhost:8080/ to see Jenkins Dashboard Create new job called “BehatSauce”. Specify it as Build a free-style software project. Specify Git repository as SCM. Select ‘Invoke Ant’ from ‘Build’ and specify ‘runSauce’ target Specify HTML report path. (You need to have HTML report plugin installed on Jenkins)
Links Blogpost Adding Sauce To behathttp://saucelabs.com/blog/index.php/2012/01/adding-sauce-to-behat/ Video Demohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zu9mWuVvsUQ Source Code on GitHub https://github.com/Shashi-ibuildings/Behat-Sauce Relish Documentationhttps://www.relishapp.com/sjagtap/acne My Blogshttp://lestbddphp.wordpress.com/ About Me http://about.me/shashikantjagtap