Today we’re going to look at integration testing using the bundled ng end to end testing tool called Protractor.

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Here’s the script so you can follow along at home:

[ ] First, we’ll run our integration test suite

ng e2e

[ ] Explore the directory e2e-spec.ts & .po.ts files

[ ] We’ll explore the role of Page objects to abstract elements and localise changes

[ ] Implement our TwitNgPage object (I would typically rename to FeedPage)

export class TwitNgPage {
  navigateTo() {
    return browser.get('/feed');
  }

  postTweet(tweetText) {
    element(by.name("body")).sendKeys(tweetText); 
    element(by.css("button")).click();
  }


}

[ ] Discuss selectors by.name by.id and by.css (not by.model)

[ ] Use the debugger

browser.pause();

[ ] And add an assertion to app.e2e-spec.ts

it("Should post a tweet", () => {
    page.navigateTo();
    page.postTweet("This is awesome");
    expect(page.getFeedCount()).toEqual(6);
  });

[ ] Implement our selector in app.po.ts

getFeedCount()  {
  return element.all(by.css(".comment")).count();
}

[ ] Let’s confirm it’s working by getting the text of the tweet in app.po.ts

getLatestTweet() {
    return element.all(by.css(".comment .content .text")).get(0).getText();
}

[ ] And asserting it in app.e2e-spec.ts

expect(page.getLatestTweet()).toEqual("This is awesome");

[ ] Let’s also test our retweet action in app.e2e-spec.ts

it("Should increment retweet count", () => {
    page.navigateTo();
    page.retweetLatestTweet();
    var rtCount = page.getLatestTweetRetweetCount();
    expect(rtCount).toEqual("2 Retweets");
  });

[ ] And implement the logic to retweet/count to the Page in app.po.ts

retweetLatestTweet() {
  element.all(by.css(".comment .content .actions .retweet")).get(0).click();
}

getLatestTweetRetweetCount() {
  return element.all(by.css(".comment .content .actions .retweet")).get(0).getText();
}

[ ] We have smashed end to end testing!

[ ] Tomorrow we look at quality tools