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PhantomJS Cookbook by Rob Friesel

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Generating JUnit reports

In this recipe, we will demonstrate how to fail builds by generating JUnit reports from tests run via PhantomJS. As in the previous recipe, our demonstration will use Jenkins CI for the sake of example.

Getting ready

We must have the PhantomJS binary exposed to the CI server, which may not necessarily share the same permissions or PATH as our user.

We need a continuous integration server set up where we can configure jobs that will use PhantomJS. Our example that follows will use the open source Jenkins CI server.

Note

See the previous recipe (Setting up PhantomJS in a CI environment) for more information on Jenkins CI and recommended plugins.

We need a project under version control with the Git source control management software. ...

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