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Setup

Setting up Replay is as simple as downloading the browser, using it in your tests, and uploading the recordings.
  1. Download the browser with npx @replayio/replay update-browsers chromium
  1. Pass in the path to chromium in your webdriver config call.
  1. Upload recordings with the npx @replayio/replay upload-all command.

Example

As a test, letโ€™s run this simple login script:
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describe('My Login application', () => { it('should login with valid credentials', async () => { await browser.url(`https://the-internet.herokuapp.com/login`); await $('#username').setValue('tomsmith'); await $('#password').setValue('SuperSecretPassword!'); await $('button[type="submit"]').click(); await expect($('#flash')).toBeExisting(); await expect($('#flash')).toHaveTextContaining('You logged into a secure area!'); }); });
test/example.e2e.js
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You can try this out on your own, by forking this example repository.
Because Replay is simply a browser, we can pass it into wdio.config.ts file as we would with any other browser. Example configuration will look like this:
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exports.config = { specs: ["./test/*.js"], automationProtocol: 'devtools', capabilities: [{ maxInstances: 1, browserName: 'chrome', acceptInsecureCerts: true, 'goog:chromeOptions': { binary: '../.replay/runtimes/Replay-Chromium.app/Contents/MacOS/Chromium', // path to Replay Chromium binary, example fom MacOS args: [ '--disable-infobars', '--window-size=1920,1080'] } }], };
wdio.conf.js
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You need to set up automationProtocol: 'devtools' option in your config instead of default webdriverย protocol for now. This may change in future updates.
After setting up everything, you will run your tests as you normally would. Replay will record all the activity inside the browse, which you can then upload and view in Replay dashboard.
To upload your recording, run the following command:
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npx @replayio/replay upload-all
Note: you need to provide API key, either in your shell environment, or by passing it into the command. You can read more about Replay CLI here.

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