So far, we have seen how to install and configure Protractor and we also have a basic overview of how Protractor works. In this section, we will go through with the process of integrating Protractor in an existing Angular project, where we just have unit testing and will see how Protractor is used in e2e testing in real life.
The code in this test will leverage the unit tested code from Chapter 3, The Karma Way. We will copy the code to a new directory called
As a reminder, the application is a to-do application that has some items in the to-do list; let's add some more items to the list. It has a single component class,
AppComponent, that has a list of items and ...