TestCafe v15.1 - Exporting Automated Web Test Results (JSON, NUnit, JUnit)

Thinking Out Loud
18 May 2015

TestCafe v15.1 (due out this week) will ship with a number of new features which I described in this blog post. Among the features I outlined last week was the ability to export your TestCafe test results in JSON, JUnit and NUnit formats. I wanted to take a brief moment to explain how this new feature works so you can hit the ground running when we release the new version... 

By default, TestCafe generates reports in JSON format and saves them to a physical directory. You can specify this directory in the Reports section located within TestCafe's Control Panel.

Automated Web Testing - TestCafe Control Panel

With v15.1, TestCafe will allow you to save (and specify format) test reports directly from the Results tab. Click the download/export button pictured below to active the menu and select the desired output format.

Automated Web Testing - Exporting Test Results

This new export option is also available within the detailed results view.

Automated Web Testing - Export Test Results (JSON, NUnit, JUnit)

Once you specify a format, TestCafe will save the report file to your browser’s download folder. 

As you can see, exporting test results in TestCafe v15.1 is both simple and straightforward...Let us know what you think. We welcome your comments and feedback.

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