Sign Up Integration - Cypress

Cypress is a fast, easy, and reliable end-to-end testing solution for anything that runs in a browser.

Example Layerfile

#This is an example configuration for React!
FROM vm/ubuntu:18.04

# To note: Layerfiles create entire VMs, *not* containers!

RUN curl -fSsL | bash && \
    apt-get install nodejs python3 make gcc build-essential

# Cypress OS dependencies
RUN apt-get install libgtk2.0-0 libgtk-3-0 libgbm-dev \
    libnotify-dev libgconf-2-4 libnss3 libxss1 \
    libasound2 libxtst6 xauth xvfb

# node is a memory hog
ENV NODE_OPTIONS=--max-old-space-size=8192

RUN node --version
RUN npm --version

# Typically we would need to cache
# the NPM modules and the Cypress binary folder
# in the folders ~/.npm and ~/.cache/Cypress
# but literally makes and stores Docker containers
# after each command, thus if there were no changes
# the layers would not be rebuilt
# BUT we still want to cache some folders to avoid
# reinstalling Cypress for example when just some source files have changed
COPY package.json ./
COPY package-lock.json ./
CACHE ~/.npm ~/.cache/Cypress

# copy the rest of the files
COPY . .
RUN npm ci

# shows where Cypress was installed and what's available
RUN npx cypress info

# print variables
# using
RUN npx @bahmutov/print-env GIT CI RETRY USER SPLIT


# Create a unique link to share the app in this runner.
# Every time someone clicks the link, we'll wake up this staging server.
EXPOSE WEBSITE http://localhost:8888


# execute the tests against the same machine (?) on N machines
RUN npx cypress run --record --parallel --ci-build-id $JOB_ID-$RETRY_INDEX

Setting up Cypress with

Documentation on how to run Cypress inside a CI pipeline and an example project running Cypress on are also available.