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wdio-webpack-dev-server-service v2.0.2

Start a Webpack Dev Server to run WebdriverIO against

WDIO Webpack Dev Server Service

This service starts Webpack Dev Server for you to run WebdriverIO against.

Installation

npm install wdio-webpack-dev-server-service --save-dev

Configuration

This assumes you have:

Note: If you need support for webpack-dev-server (which is in maintenance mode) and Webpack 2 or 3, use webpack-dev-server-service@1.2.0.

Add the Webpack Dev Server service to your WebdriverIO services list:

// wdio.conf.js
export.config = {
  // ...
  services: ['webpack-dev-server'],
  // ...
};

Options are set directly on your WebdriverIO config as well, e.g.

// wdio.conf.js
export.config = {
  // ...
  webpackConfig: require('webpack.dev.config.js'),
  webpackPort: 8080,
  // ...
};

Options

webpackConfig

Type: String | Function | Object

Default: webpack.config.js

Either the absolute path to your Webpack configuration, or (a function generating) your actual Webpack configuration.

webpackPort

Type: Number

Default: 8080

The port the Dev Server should be run on. You'll want to set this same port in the baseUrl option of your WebdriverIO configuration.

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