wdio-browserstack-reporter

A WebdriverIO plugin which enables BrowserStack reports on CI servers

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wdio-browserstack-reporter
This branchwdio-browserstack-reporter/wdio4 contains reporter for WebdriverIO 4 and earlier versions. For later versions please refer to wdio-browserstack-reporter/master
A WebdriverIO plugin which enables BrowserStack reports on CI servers
Browserstack reports on Jenkins

Installation

Add wdio-browserstack-reporter as a dependency in your package.json.
{
  "dependencies": {
    "wdio-browserstack-reporter": "~0.1.3"
  }
}

Configuration

Add browserstack as a reporter in your conf file.
// wdio.conf.js
module.exports = {
    // ...
    reporters: ['browserstack'],
    reporterOptions: {
        browserstack: {
            outputDir: './'
        }
    },
    // ...
};

The following options are supported(optional):

outputDir

Define a directory where your browserstack report files should get stored.
Type: String

Jenkins Setup

You will have to configure your Jenkins CI server to embed all the BrowserStack Selenium reports and logs in Jenkins. 1. Click on Add post-build action in Post-build Actions. 2. Click on Publish JUnit test result report 3. In the Test report XMLs, enter **/browserstack-reports/REPORT-*.xml 4. In the Additional test report features section, add Embed BrowserStack Report.
This is how your configuration should look like Jenkins Setup

Related links

Guide to running Selenium Webdriver tests with NodeJS on BrowserStack
Browserstack Jenkins page
Webdriverio.
Webdriverio Jenkins Integration
Webdriverio Junit Reporter