protractor (4)


Protractor and dropdowns with autocomplete

Commonly dropdowns that can be overly long, implement an “as-you-type” filter. This presents an issue, insofar as actual buttons need to be pressed to action the auto-completion.


this.Given(/^I select (.*) from (.*)$/, function (selection, dropdown) {
// click on dropdown field to initiate dropdown
element(by.css('.dropdown')).click().then(function () {
var dropdownField = element(by.id(dropdown));
//clear the as-you-type field if already populated
dropdownField.clear().then(function () {
// enter text to search dropdown values
sendKeys(dropdownField, selection);
// click TAB button to exit (populated) field
return dropdownField.sendKeys(protractor.Key.TAB);
});
});
});



CucumberJS/Protractor: Testing on multiple environments

There are many ways to run your cucumberjs/protractor tests on different environment.  I wanted to avoid adding another package (or two), so settled on the following direction – using the NODE_ENV system variable.  Below is the code for my main file for keeping page url definitions, as well as the base urls.  I have added two as examples, but you can add as many as you like.




Elementor: An improved element finder for protractor

elementor – An improved element finder for protractor

Source: andresdominguez/elementor: An improved element finder for protractor




cucumberjs/protractor – dealing with non-angular popups

When creating cucumberjs/protractor test that involves dealing with a non-angular pop-up window, you can use combination of the getAllWindowHandles, and the ignoreSynchronization flag. The example below is a facebook SSO login (previous step was simply clicking link to login with facebook, to bring up the popup)


 this.Given(/^I login with facebook$/, function () {
        browser.getAllWindowHandles().then(function (handles) {
            var buttonName = 'fb login';
            browser.switchTo().window(handles[1]);
            // this switches focus of protractor the facebook login popup
            browser.ignoreSynchronization = true;
            // this tells protractor it's now a non-angularjs page
            fillField('facebook id', '{facebook login email');
            fillField('facebook password', '{facebook password}');
            return getVariable[buttonName.replace(/\s+/g, '')].click().then(function () {
                browser.switchTo().window(handles[0]);
                // this switches focus of protractor back to main angularjs window
                browser.ignoreSynchronization = false;
               // this tells protractor it's now a angularjs page
            });
        });
    });