gulp-webdriver is a gulp plugin to run e2e tests with the WebdriverIO testrunner
npm install gulp-webdriver --save-dev
You can run WebdriverIO locally by running this simple task:
gulp-webdriver makes the wdio testrunner easily accessible and allows you to run multiple config files
sequentially. If desired, you can pass additional arguments to the wdio command to specify your test.
You can find all available options here
or by executing
$ wdio --help (if you have WebdriverIO installed globally).
The wdio testrunner currently supports Mocha, Jasmine (v2.0) and Cucumber, and you may reference webdriver instances inside your spec files or step definition by using a global variable called "browser". For more information, please see the official WebdriverIO test framework documentation here.
Please fork, add specs, and send pull requests! In lieu of a formal styleguide, take care to maintain the existing coding style.
- 2015-06-22 v0.1.0 first release
- 2015-06-22 v0.1.1 fixed package.json
- 2015-09-03 v1.0.0 let gulp-webdriver be a simple tool to run tests with the wdio test runner
- 2015-09-09 v1.0.1 better Windows support, allow gulp-webdriver without options
- 2015-12-01 v1.0.2 bumped WebdriverIO version to 3.3.0
- 2015-12-01 v1.0.3 fixed wdio path on windows
- 2016-03-16 v2.0.0 updated codebase to ES6 and WebdriverIO to v4.0
- 2016-03-30 v2.0.1 improved error handling
- 2016-07-06 v2.0.2 fixed bug where gulp end event was not fired
- 2019-12-17 v3.0.0 Support for WebdriverIO v5
- 2020-04-20 v4.0.0 Support for WebdriverIO v6