Sure, let's get your
frontendplaywright.config.ts file working with GitHub Actions.
First, push your code to a GitHub repository. If you haven't done this before, start by initializing a git repository with
git init, then add, commit, and push your code.
git init git add . git commit -m "first commit" git push origin master
Next, head over to the Actions tab in your GitHub repository. Here, you'll see your test workflows. If any tests have run, you can check their status here.
To view the logs for a specific workflow run, just click on it. You'll see all the actions GitHub performed during that run. If there were any errors or failures in running your Playwright tests, they'll be shown here.
Want to generate an HTML report of your tests? Click on "Run Playwright tests" within the workflow run page. The HTML report gives you detailed information about your tests. You can filter them based on browsers used and their status (passed, failed, skipped).
To download the HTML report as a zip file artifact from GitHub Actions' Artifacts section:
npx playwright show-report name-of-my-extracted-playwright-report.
npx playwright show-report name-of-my-extracted-playwright-report
This command serves up the report through a web server, enabling you to view it in your browser.
That's it! You've ensured that the
frontendplaywright.config.ts file is properly applied within GitHub Actions. For more details on HTML reporting and other Playwright features in CI with GitHub Actions, check out the Playwright documentation.
If you still have questions, please ask a question and I will try to answer it.
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