This is an example app used to showcase Cypress.io testing. The application uses every API command in Cypress for demonstration purposes. Additionally this example app is configured to run tests in various CI platforms. The tests are also heavily commented. For a full reference of our documentation, go to docs.cypress.io.
To see the kitchen sink application, visit example.cypress.io.
|CI||Build status||basic config file||full parallel config|
|AWS Amplify Console||amplify.yml|
If you are looking for BitBucket Pipelines example, check out bitbucket.org/cypress-io/cypress-example-kitchensink.
Cypress on CI Workshop
Cypress team has created a full workshop showing how to run Cypress on popular CI providers. Find the workshop at github.com/cypress-io/cypress-workshop-ci.
CI Community Examples
|IBM Cloud CI||Cloud Foundry|
|GitLab CI||Example caching when installing using Yarn|
Help + Testing
If you get stuck, here is more help:
1. Fork this repo
If you want to experiment with running this project in Continous Integration, you'll need to fork it first.
After forking this project in
Github, run these commands:
## clone this repo to a local directory git clone https://github.com/<your-username>/cypress-example-kitchensink.git ## cd into the cloned repo cd cypress-example-kitchensink ## install the node_modules npm install ## start the local webserver npm start
npm start script will spawn a webserver on port
8080 which hosts the Kitchen Sink App.
You can verify this by opening your browser and navigating to:
You should see the Kitchen Sink App up and running. We are now ready to run Cypress tests.
## launch the cypress test runner npm run cy:open
shortcut: you can use command
npm run local:open that uses start-server-and-test to start local server and open Cypress. When you close Cypress, the local server is stopped automatically. Similarly you can use
npm run local:run to start the server, run Cypress tests headlessly and close the server.
2. Install & write tests in Cypress
Check out the Contributing Guideline.