Screenplay pattern base for Python automated UI test suites.
TITLE CARD: "ScreenPy" TITLE DISAPPEARS. FADE IN: INT. DOCUMENTATION - NIGHT Illuminated by the computer's glow, AUDIENCE sits reading the documentation for a Python library they haven't seen before. AUDIENCE is visibly startled as a dulcet voice begins to speak. NARRATOR (V.O.) ScreenPy is a library that provides the base for an automated test suite using Screenplay Pattern. AUDIENCE Wha- who are you? Where are you? And... what is Screenplay Pattern?! NARRATOR (V.O.) It's a composition-based architecture pattern, encouraging automated test writers to write more maintainable test suites. It allows test writers to use Gherkin-style language in Python to create descriptive UI tests. AUDIENCE (reluctantly) Ignoring how you avoided answering my first questions, how do I get started? NARRATOR (V.O.) I thought you'd never ask... FADE OUT
pip install screenpy
Please check out the Read The Docs documentation for the latest information about this module!
Once installed, to set up a Screenplay Pattern scaffolding in your project,
cd to the folder you will use for your suite and run this command:
This will set up
features directories and fill them with a simple test. For explanations on what these directories are for, see the File Hierarchy documentation
ScreenPy utilizes Allure to document the action. If you would like to see an allure report of your Screenplay Suite, run the test using PyTest like so:
python -m pytest features --alluredir allure_report allure serve allure_report
You want to contribute? Great! Here are the things you should do before submitting your PR:
toxto perform tests frequently.
That's it! :)
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