[Terminus[(http://terminus.jcoglan.com) is an experimental Capybara driver for real browsers. It lets you control your application in any browser on any device (including PhantomJS), without needing browser plugins. This allows several types of testing to be automated:
- Cross-browser testing
- Headless testing
- Multi-browser interaction e.g. messaging apps
- Testing on remote machines, phones, iPads etc
Since it is experimental, this project is sporadically maintained. Usage is entirely at your own risk.
$ gem install terminus
Running the example
Install the dependencies and boot the Terminus server, then open http://localhost:70004/ in your browser.
$ bundle install $ bundle exec bin/terminus
With your browser open, start an IRB session and begin controlling the app:
$ irb -r ./example/app >> extend Capybara::DSL >> visit '/' >> click_link 'Sign up!' >> fill_in 'Username', :with => 'jcoglan' >> fill_in 'Password', :with => 'hello' >> choose 'Web scale' >> click_button 'Go!'
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