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  1. Update: you can use headless Chrome with Sencha...

    Update: you can use headless Chrome with Sencha Test. See: http://www.marcelo.works/2017/05/using-headless-chrome-with-sencha-test.html
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    You can try this: ...

    You can try this:


    ST.defaultContext.isWebDriverContext

    Be careful, however:

    It is not part of the public API. Although unlikely, it might be deprecated in the future.
    Trying to share...
  3. STC does requires a graphics environment. Try...

    STC does requires a graphics environment. Try installing Xvfb and run "xvfb-run stc run ...".
  4. WebDriver scenarios: Install and start a...

    WebDriver scenarios:


    Install and start a Selenium standalone server. You can do that using the selenium-standalone npm module:


    npm install -g selenium-standalone
    selenium-standalone...
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    Can you provide a screenshot of the timeout...

    Can you provide a screenshot of the timeout you're seeing on Studio?
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    Go to Preferences (the gear icon) -> General and...

    Go to Preferences (the gear icon) -> General and set your "Role" to "Developer". Restart Studio, and you should be able to select the scenario Type in the 'Advanced' section.
  7. In Studio, if you go to Settings (the gear icon)...

    In Studio, if you go to Settings (the gear icon) -> Sencha Cmd, you should be able to pick the right version. In case you have the same problem with stc run, you can add --cmd <path_to_cmd>.

    Let...
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    I was thinking about allowing some thing like...

    I was thinking about allowing some thing like this:

    - Have the app proxied as usual behind port 8700
    - If you have Django/Tastypie hosted at someserver:8080/api, have it proxied as...
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    Glad you found a solution. Just checking: is it...

    Glad you found a solution. Just checking: is it an in-browser scenario? We can consider the ability to add custom URLs to the proxy in the future. Do you think it would help in your case?
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    We're currently revisiting the way we load assets...

    We're currently revisiting the way we load assets in the sandbox where the tests are ran in WebDriver scenarios. In the next Sencha Test release you will find all libraries and test suites loaded via...
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    I see your subject URL is publicly available....

    I see your subject URL is publicly available. Therefore, is there any particular reason why you need BrowserStackLocal?

    Other than that, your configuration looks pretty much ok. So the next things...
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    Under the hood, STC and Studio share the very...

    Under the hood, STC and Studio share the very same engine. That said, for WebDriver scenarios, consider the following:



    For each browser in the selected pool, a child process will be created
    ...
  13. No need to wait that long - 2.1 will be major :)

    No need to wait that long - 2.1 will be major :)
  14. Additionally, in the next major release you will...

    Additionally, in the next major release you will be able to use your own Node.js modules in WebDriver tests. That means the ability to require() a database driver or a wrapper to a Java process, for...
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    Hi Razvan, thanks for your feedback This...

    Hi Razvan, thanks for your feedback

    This feature is planned to be rolled out in the next major release.

    For the time being, in case you're using a WebDriver scenario, you can get the session ID...
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    Hi Miguel Just to be sure I'm following you:...

    Hi Miguel

    Just to be sure I'm following you: do the tests pass on Studio? In the log you pasted, they don't seem to be executed at all from STC.

    That said, can you please check:

    - Is it a...
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    There's no syntactic sugar in the ST API for file...

    There's no syntactic sugar in the ST API for file upload yet. However, for the time being, you can get a reference to the underlying WebdriverIO client instance:


    ST.defaultContext.driver

    And...
  18. Could you please check in the settings screen...

    Could you please check in the settings screen what is the version you're using?
  19. I suppose you want to nest reusable 'describe'...

    I suppose you want to nest reusable 'describe' blocks (if that's not the case, let me know).

    Yes, describe blocks can be nested, and the function that defines the suite can come from an additional...
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    In WebDriver scenarios, your test code is...

    In WebDriver scenarios, your test code is actually running in an Electron child process, so you can simply use the Node.js API. Suppose you want to read a JSON file:



    var fs = require('fs'),
    ...
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    Hi Alex, thanks for the feedback. I see what...

    Hi Alex, thanks for the feedback. I see what you're trying to achieve, and although we currently don't have an option to always get a new browser window for each file, there are at least 4 ways you...
  22. [OPEN] Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our...

    Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.
  23. Hi Varsha At the present time, screenshot...

    Hi Varsha

    At the present time, screenshot comparisons are only performed when you run your tests using stc run along with an archive server (stc server). Support for screenshot comparison from...
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    Can you please try turning the embedded Selenium...

    Can you please try turning the embedded Selenium server on (open your scenario for execution and click on the power icon next to "Embedded" in the list of available browsers)? That will ensure all...
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    Sencha Tests will always run your tests...

    Sencha Tests will always run your tests independently for each selected browser. Even better, they run in parallel :)


    A little bit more in-depth explanation:

    Sencha Test will always have...
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