cytorus

Cytorus is a cypress file preprocessor to run tests from feature files

Usage no npm install needed!

<script type="module">
  import cytorus from 'https://cdn.skypack.dev/cytorus';
</script>

README

Cytorus

Cypress File Preprocessor to run Gherkin based tests with some mind blowing features.

Features

  • Threshold based approach to pass/fail a build.
  • Run tests for or from a particular route.
  • Run tests going through particular route.
  • Run tests from their position in test file(s).
  • Run tests for a User Story.
  • Write your own custom reporting tools/
  • More redable/understanble datatables.
  • Parallel runs(experimental)

Sample Feature file

#!
Feature: I can order a Pizza

Rule: Explore available products

Scenario: Display Trendy Pizzas
    #> route: home page; story: US002
    Given I'm on home page
    Then I should see the top selling pizzas

@wip
Scenario: Display Side dishes
    #> route: home page; story: US001
    Given I'm on home page
    Then I should see the list of side dishes

Rule: Find relevant products

@skip
Scenario: Search for a pizza
    #> story: US003
    Given I'm on any page
    When I search for "cheese"
    Then it should result all pizzas
    When I search for "mushroom"
    Then it should result following pizzas
    #>[]
    | Farm House |
    | Deluxe Veggie |
    | Veg Extravaganza |

Rule: Create a cart

Scenario: Make an order from home page
    #> route: home page; story: US004
    Given I'm on home page
    #Save order detail in scenario context
    When I add following items in the cart
    #> {}
    | pizza | Farm House  |
    | extra_toppings   | onion,paneer |
    #Validate the cart from the order detail in scenario context
    Then I can see the cart with selected items

Some useful commands

$ npx cytorus run --story "US004"
$ npx cytorus run --tags "not @wip"
$ npx cytorus run --from "product page"
$ npx cytorus run --not-via "home page"

Documentation

  1. Getting Started with application setup
  2. Writing Feature File and step definitions
  3. Scenario Context
  4. Basic Commands to run the tests
  5. Test selection to run particular tests
  6. Project configuration to create test stratgey and more
  7. Threshold Strategies to keep the builds green
  8. Run tests in parallel (experimental)
  9. Reports
  10. Miscellaneous