Dusk HTML elements count assertion

Submitted by nezarfadle - 8 months ago

This code snippet overrides DuskTestCase->createBrowsers method to allow HTML elements count assertion

// Extend Browser Class
// File BaseBrowser.php

namespace Tests\Browser;

use Laravel\Dusk\Browser;
use PHPUnit_Framework_Assert as PHPUnit;

class BaseBrowser extends Browser
{

	public function assertElementsCountIs( $count, $selector )
	{
		PHPUnit::assertEquals( $count, count($this->elements( $selector )));
		return $this;
	}

}



// Overriding DuskTestCase createBrowsersFor method to pass the BaseBrowser class instead of Browser class
// File: DuskTestCase.php


namespace Tests;

use Tests\Browser\BaseBrowser;
use Laravel\Dusk\TestCase as BaseTestCase;
use Facebook\WebDriver\Remote\RemoteWebDriver;
use Facebook\WebDriver\Remote\DesiredCapabilities;

abstract class DuskTestCase extends BaseTestCase
{
    use CreatesApplication;

    /**
     * Prepare for Dusk test execution.
     *
     * @beforeClass
     * @return void
     */
    public static function prepare()
    {
        static::startChromeDriver();
    }

    /**
     * Create the RemoteWebDriver instance.
     *
     * @return \Facebook\WebDriver\Remote\RemoteWebDriver
     */
    protected function driver()
    {
        return RemoteWebDriver::create(
            'http://localhost:9515', DesiredCapabilities::chrome()
        );
    }


    /**
     * Create the browser instances needed for the given callback.
     *
     * @param  \Closure  $callback
     * @return array
     */
    protected function createBrowsersFor(\Closure $callback)
    {
        if (count(static::$browsers) === 0) {
            static::$browsers = collect([new BaseBrowser($this->createWebDriver())]);
        }

        $additional = $this->browsersNeededFor($callback) - 1;

        for ($i = 0; $i < $additional; $i++) {
            static::$browsers->push(new BaseBrowser($this->createWebDriver()));
        }

        return static::$browsers;
    }

}


/**
 * How to use
 * assuming that we have a ( ul element ) in our view
    
    <ul>
        <li>One</li>
        <li>Two</li>
        <li>Three</li>
    </ul>
    
 */

// File: HtmlElementsCountTest.php

namespace Tests\Browser\Twitter;

use Tests\DuskTestCase;

class HtmlElementsCountTest extends DuskTestCase
{
    
    public function test_ul_li_count()
    {
        $this->browse(function ($browser) {
            
            $browser->visit('page')
                    ->assertElementsCountIs( 3, 'ul li');

        });
    }
}

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