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Version: 9.0.0

Test Maker Configuration

Test maker has one of the most versatile and extensive Configuration options as a Framework. Thanks to this configuration we can satisfy a wide range of custom requirement.

Following the Test Maker principle convention over configuration, Test maker ensures that little configuration is required and that the configuration options are simple enough to set.

A reason why we need to configure Test Maker is that even though Test Maker CLI(Command Line Interface) is powerful, it is not convenient to pass tens of options to it. And sometimes you may have conditional options based on some code logic, etc... that is why we have a Test Maker configuration file.

import { Configuration } from "test-maker";

const testMakerLocalConfig: Configuration = {
build:{},
debugging:{},
extra:{},
filtering:{},
gherkin:{},
hooks:{},
http:{},
installer:{},
logging:{},
plugins:[],
projectName:"string",
reporting:{},
runner: {},
source:[],
suites:{}
};
export default testMakerLocalConfig;