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dalek-browser-firefox v0.0.6

Firefox browser binding for DalekJS


DalekJS browser plugin for Mozilla Firefox

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This module is a browser plugin for DalekJS. It provides all a WebDriverServer & browser launcher for Mozilla Firefox.

The browser plugin can be installed with the following command:

$ npm install dalek-browser-firefox --save-dev

You can use the browser plugin by adding a config option to the your Dalekfile

"browsers": ["firefox"]

Or you can tell Dalek that it should test in this browser via the command line:

$ dalek mytest.js -b firefox

Because of the availability of the Firefox Marionette testing framework, Dalek atm. can only drive the Firefox Aurora Debug, Firefox Nightly & Firefox OS emulator builds.

The Firefox plugin only implements a subset of Daleks Assertions & Actions, so if you run into any bugs, the issue is most probably related to missing commands. If so, please file an issue =)

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