March 22nd, 2022
Once you’ve followed the installation instructions, you can write Dusk feature tests like any other application using Dusk. You’ll have a
browser folder, and inside of that folder, you can run your Dusk test suite with the following command:
Here’s an example of a test from a demo Nuxt application using Husk for end-to-end feature tests:
There’s not much more to learn beyond the Dusk and Pest documentation. Husk takes the pain out of setting up a Dusk environment outside of Laravel applications and provides an easy path to test JS applications with familiar tools.
The author has some example projects written in Nuxt, Gatsby, and Gridsome. These examples are helpful to visualize all the moving pieces involved in testing JS apps with Dusk. It looks like NextJS and Svelte are planned, but the links were broken when I looked through the Husk readme.
To get started in your own project, check out Laravel Husk on GitHub. The README also includes a GitHub actions template you can use to start running Dusk tests in your JS projects.
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