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yadda-mocha-html-reporter v0.0.5

A Yadda HTML report when using mocha.

Yadda HTML Reporter

Fancy HTML reports looking like ... this:

YADDA_HTML_REPORTS

INSTALLATION

  npm install yadda-mocha-html-reporter

USAGE

In order to use the yadda html report you need to do the following:

a. instantiate YaddaReport:

    var YaddaHtml = require('yadda-mocha-html-reporter');
    var reportsOutputLocation = './my_local_output_directory/yadda.json';
    var YaddaHtmlRep = new YaddaHtml(reportsOutputLocation);

b. your Yadda.FeatureFileSearch section should look like this:

    new Yadda.FeatureFileSearch(featuresLocation).each(function (file) {


    featureFile(file, function (feature) {
        YaddaHtmlRep.onFeature(feature);  // First statement

        before(function (done) {
            YaddaHtmlRep.onBefore(); // Second
            
            context = {
                // something usually goes here
            };
            done();
        });

        beforeEach(function () {
            YaddaHtmlRep.onBeforeEach();
        });


        var yadda = new Yadda.Yadda(library, context);
        scenarios(feature.scenarios, function (scenario) {
            steps(scenario.steps, function (step, done) {
                YaddaHtmlRep.onStep(scenario);
                yadda.run(step, context, done);
            });
        });

        afterEach(function () {
            YaddaHtmlRep.onAfterEach(this.currentTest);
        });

        after(function (done) {
            YaddaHtmlRep.onAfter(feature);
                done();
        });

    });
});

This will produce a yadda.json within my_local_output_directory

c. Render the HTML

copy the example in the html of this git repository and there you have it. the yadda.json will get updated by your execution. hope it works!

For any comments/suggestions feel free to raise issues in this project or mail me at mamalis.kostas@gmail.com

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