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    karma-json-result-reporter

    1.0.0 • Public • Published

    Karma JSON result reporter

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    This is a karma reporter that will export your test data in the form of JSON but keys all describe contexts such as:

    {
      "My Feature": {
        "should have a passing test": {
          "log": [],
          "time": 12,
          "status": "PASSED"
        },
        "might have a failing test": {
          "log": [
              "Expected undefined to equal 'input'."
              "http://localhost:9879/......./display.spec.js:44:36"
          ],
          "time": 14,
          "status": "FAILED"
        },
        "My Other Feature": {
          "should have a skipped test": {
              "log": [],
              "time": 0,
              "status": "SKIPPED"
          }
        }
      }
    }
    

    If an error occurs in the browser, will be written as

    {
        "__BROWSER_ERRORS__": [
            "SyntaxError: Parse error",
            "at http://localhost:9877/base/app.spec.js?8e5e93760e0333550c0c67b01e552002b52e0166:31"
        ]
    }
    

    Installation

    npm install --save-dev karma-json-result-reporter
    

    In your karma.conf.js add

    • 'karma-json-result-reporter' to your plugins
    • 'json-result' to your reporters
    plugins: [
        ...
        'karma-json-result-reporter',
        ...
      ];
    
    reporters: [
        'json-result'
        ...
      ],
    

    You will also need to set the location that you need to output your JSON file.

    jsonResultReporter: {
      outputFile: "karma-result.json",
      isSynchronous: true (optional, default false)
    }
    

    karma-json-result-reporter is inspired by karma-spec-json-reporter

    Install

    npm i karma-json-result-reporter

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    2,257

    Version

    1.0.0

    License

    MIT

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