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Chai Assertions for Nock

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Nock Chai extends Chai with a language for asserting facts about Nock.

Instead of manually wiring up your expectations to intercepting a nocked request:

const nockedRequest = nock('http://some-url');
 
nockedRequest.on('request', function(req, interceptor, body) {
  expect(body).to.deep.equal({ hello: 'world' });
});

you can write code that expresses what you really mean:

return expect(nock('http://some-url')).to.have.been.requestedWith({
  hello: 'world'
});

Installation

npm install chai-nock

Then add to your test setup:

const chai = require('chai');
const chaiNock = require('chai-nock');
 
chai.use(chaiNock);

Assertions

requested

Asserts that a request has been made to the nock.

it('requested', () => {
  const requestNock = nock('http://bbc.co.uk')
    .get('/')
    .reply(200);
 
  request({
    uri: 'http://bbc.co.uk',
  });
 
  return expect(requestNock).to.have.been.requested;
});

requestedWith(body)

Asserts that a request has been made to the nock with a body that exactly matches the object provided.

it('requestedWith', () => {
  const requestNock = nock('http://bbc.co.uk')
    .get('/')
    .reply(200);
 
  request({
    json: true,
    uri: 'http://bbc.co.uk',
    body: {
      hello: 'world'
    }
  });
 
  return expect(requestNock).to.have.been.requestedWith({ hello: 'world' });
});

requestedWithHeaders(headers)

Asserts that a request has been made to the nock with headers that exactly match the object provided.

it('requestedWithHeaders', () => {
  const requestNock = nock('http://bbc.co.uk')
    .get('/')
    .reply(200);
 
  request({
    json: true,
    uri: 'http://bbc.co.uk',
    headers: {
      myHeader: 'myHeaderValue'
    }
  });
 
  return expect(requestNock).to.have.been.requestedWithHeaders({
    host: 'bbc.co.uk',
    accept: 'application/json',
    myHeader: 'myHeaderValue'
  });
});

requestedWithHeadersMatch(partialHeaders)

Asserts that a request has been made to the nock with headers that contain the key/value pairs in the object provided.

it('requestedWithHeadersMatch', () => {
  const requestNock = nock('http://bbc.co.uk')
    .get('/')
    .reply(200);
 
  request({
    json: true,
    uri: 'http://bbc.co.uk',
    headers: {
      myHeader: 'myHeaderValue',
      otherHeader: 'otherHeaderValue'
    }
  });
 
  return expect(requestNock).to.have.been.requestedWithHeadersMatch({
    myHeader: 'myHeaderValue'
  });
});

Setting a Timeout

  • By default, a timeout of 2 seconds is applied to assertions on nock requests. This means that if nock has not intercepted the request within the set time, the assertion will be false
  • You can set a custom global timeout by calling setTimeout on the chaiNock object:
const chaiNock = require('chai-nock');
 
chai.use(chaiNock);
// Set a timeout of 10 seconds
chaiNock.setTimeout(10000);
  • WARNING: If not set already, the test timeout must be greater than that of chaiNock!
jest.setTimeout(12000);

Usage

const { expect } = require('chai');
const nock = require('nock');
const request = require('request-promise-native');
 
describe('example', () => {
  it('test', () => {
    const requestNock = nock('http://bbc.co.uk')
    .get('/')
    .reply(200);
 
    request({
      json: true,
      uri: 'http://bbc.co.uk',
      body: {
        hello: 'world'
      }
    });
 
    return expect(requestNock).to.have.been.requestedWith({ hello: 'world' });
  });
});

Install

npm i chai-nock

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