Testing in GitHub Actions
Quickstrom can be run in a continuous integration (CI) workflow to find problems
early. Here’s a configuration for GitHub Actions that checks a website on every
commit to the
main branch. It’s based on Domen Kožar’s gist. 1
name: "Quickstrom integration tests" on: push: branches: - main jobs: build: runs-on: ubuntu-latest steps: - uses: firstname.lastname@example.org # We use `install-nix-action` and `cachix-action` to quickly install the # latest Quickstrom from a binary cache. - uses: cachix/install-nix-action@v12 - uses: cachix/cachix-action@v8 with: name: quickstrom - run: nix-env -iA quickstrom -f https://github.com/quickstrom/quickstrom/tarball/main # We install and run Geckodriver in the background, so that we can run # tests using Firefox. - run: nix-env -i geckodriver -f https://github.com/NixOS/nixpkgs/tarball/nixos-21.05 - run: geckodriver& # Finally, run tests! This assumes there's a file called # `example.spec.purs` in the root of the GitHub repository. - run: quickstrom check example.spec.purs https://example.com
Replace the placeholder paths and URLs.
You might want to run tests in Chrome instead. See Checking for instructions on using other browsers.
If you’d like to check multiple specs and in multiple browsers, see matrix configurations in the GitHub Actions documentation.
Domen Kožar wrote the original GitHub Action configuration for Cachix: https://gist.github.com/domenkozar/71135bf7aa6d50d6911fb74f4dcb4bad