Codeceptjs Docker

CodeceptJS packed into container with the Nightmare, Protractor, and WebDriverIO drivers.

How to Use

This image comes with the necessary dependencies and packages to execute CodeceptJS tests. Mount in your CodeceptJS config directory into the /tests directory in the docker container.

Sample mount: -v path/to/codecept.json:/tests

Locally

You can execute CodeceptJS with Nightmare locally with no extra configuration.

docker run --net=host -v $PWD:/tests codeception/codeceptjs

Nightmare helper must be enabled in codecept.json config.

Docker Compose

version: '2'
services:
  codeceptjs:
    image: codeception/codeceptjs
    depends_on:
      - firefox
      - web
    volumes:
      - .:/tests
  web:
    image: node
    command: node app/server.js
    volumes:
      - .:/app
  firefox:
    image: selenium/standalone-firefox-debug:2.53.0
    ports:
      - '4444'
      - '5900'

Linking Containers

If using the Protractor or WebDriverIO drivers, link the container with a Selenium Standalone docker container with an alias of selenium. Additionally, make sure your codeceptjs.conf.js contains the following to allow CodeceptJS to identify where Selenium is running.

  ...
  helpers: {
    WebDriverIO: {
      ...
      host: process.env.HOST
      ...
    }
  }
  ...
$ docker run -d -P --name selenium-chrome selenium/standalone-chrome

# Alternatively, selenium/standalone-firefox can be used

$ docker run -it --rm -v /<path_to_codeceptjs_test_dir>/:/tests/ --link selenium-chrome:selenium codeception/codeceptjs

You may run use -v $(pwd)/:tests/ if running this from the root of your CodeceptJS tests directory. Note: The output of your test run will appear in your local directory if your output path is ./output in the CodeceptJS config Note: If running with the Nightmare driver, it is not necessary to run a selenium docker container and link it. So --link selenium-chrome:selenium may be omitted

Build

To build this image:

$ docker build -t codeception/codeceptjs .