LapisLazuli provides cucumber helper functions and scaffolding for easier (web) test automation suite development.
A lot of functionality is aimed at dealing better with Watir, such as:
- Easier/more reliable find and wait functionality for detecting web page elements.
- Easier browser handling
- Better error handling
For detailed installation notes, go to: http://www.testautomation.info/Installing_ruby_with_cucumber
Add this line to your application's Gemfile:
And then execute:
Or install it yourself as:
$ gem install lapis_lazuli
The Lapis Lazuli project has two main purposes:
- Provide a repository of common test functions for test automation engineers.
- Make it easy to get started on a test automation project with these test functions.
The first goal is fulfilled by the Lapis Lazuli module itself, which can be imported in any cucumber project like this:
require 'lapis_lazuli' World(LapisLazuli)
All of Lapis Lazuli's helper functions will be available in your step definitions then. However, you won't need to do this if you create a new Lapis Lazuli project. Simple run:
$ lapis_lazuli create <projectpath>
And a cucumber project will be set up for you in the given path. The last path
name component will be considered the project name, so e.g. a path of
projects/for_client/website1 will mean the project's name is going to be
Change to that newly created project directory and read the README.md file there for further instructions.
Please see the Wiki page on contributing
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