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NAME ^

Test::HTML::Form - HTML Testing and Value Extracting

VERSION ^

0.05

SYNOPSIS ^

  use Test::HTML::Form;

  my $filename = 't/form_with_errors.html';

  my $response = $ua->request($request)

  # test functions

  title_matches($filename,'Foo Bar','title matches');

  no_title($filename,'test site','no english title');

  tag_matches($response,
       'p',
       { class => 'formError',
         _content => 'There is an error in this form.' },
       'main error message appears as expected' );

  no_tag($filename,
       'p',
       { class => 'formError',
         _content => 'Error' },
       'no unexpected errors' );


  text_matches($filename,'koncerty','found text : koncerty'); # check text found in file

  no_text($filename,'Concert','no text matching : Concert'); # check text found in file

  image_matches($filename,'/images/error.gif','matching image found image in HTML');

  link_matches($filename,'/post/foo.html','Found link in HTML');

  script_matches($response, qr/function someWidget/, 'found widget in JS');

  form_field_value_matches($response,'category_id', 12345678, undef, 'category_id matches');

  form_select_field_matches($filename,{ field_name => $field_name, selected => $field_value, form_name => $form_name}, $description);

  form_checkbox_field_matches($response,{ field_name => $field_name, selected => $field_value, form_name => $form_name}, $description);

  # Data extraction functions

  my $form_values = Test::HTML::Form->get_form_values({filename => $filename, form_name => 'form1'});

  my $posting_id = Test::HTML::Form->extract_text({filename => 'publish.html', pattern => 'Reference :\s(\d+)'});

DESCRIPTION ^

Test HTML pages and forms, and extract values.

Developed for and released with permission of Slando (http://www.slando.com)

All test functions will take either a filename or an HTTP::Response compatible object (i.e. any object with a content method)

FUNCTIONS ^

image_matches

Test that some HTML contains an img tag with a src attribute matching the link provided.

image_matches($filename,$image_source,'matching image found image in HTML');

Passes when at least one instance found, fails if no matches found.

Takes a list of arguments filename/response, string or quoted-regexp to match, and optional test comment/name

no_image

Test that some HTML doesn't contain any img tag with a src attribute matching the link provided.

no_image($response,$image_source,'no matching image found in HTML');

Passes when no matches found, fails if any matches found.

Takes a list of arguments filename/response, string or quoted-regexp to match, and optional test comment/name

link_matches

Test that some HTML contains a href tag with a src attribute matching the link provided.

link_matches($response,$link_destination,'Found link in HTML');

Passes when at least one instance found, fails if no matches found.

Takes a list of arguments filename/response, string or quoted-regexp to match, and optional test comment/name

no_link

Test that some HTML does not contain a href tag with a src attribute matching the link provided.

link_matches($filename,$link_destination,'Link not in HTML');

Passes when if no matches found, fails when at least one instance found.

Takes a list of arguments filename/response, string or quoted-regexp to match, and optional test comment/name

title_matches

Test that some HTML contains a title tag with content matching the pattern/string provided.

title_matches($filename,'Foo bar home page','title matches');

Passes when at least one instance found, fails if no matches found.

Takes a list of arguments filename/response, string or quoted-regexp to match, and optional test comment/name

no_title

Test that some HTML does not contain a title tag with content matching the pattern/string provided.

no_title($filename,'Foo bar home page','title matches');

Passes if no matches found, fails when at least one instance found.

Takes a list of arguments filename/response, string or quoted-regexp to match, and optional test comment/name

tag_matches

Test that some HTML contains a tag with content or attributes matching the pattern/string provided.

tag_matches($filename,'a',{ href => $link },$name); # check matching tag found in file

Passes when at least one instance found, fails if no matches found.

Takes a list of arguments

filename/response - string of path/name of file, or an HTTP::Response object
tag type(s) - string or arrarref of strings naming which tag(s) to match
attributes - hashref of attributes and strings or quoted-regexps to match
comment - an optional test comment/name

no_tag

Test that some HTML does not contain a tag with content or attributes matching the pattern/string provided.

no_tag($filename,'a',{ href => $link },$name); # check matching tag NOT found in file

Passes if no matches found, fails when at least one instance found.

Takes a list of arguments filename/response, hashref of attributes and strings or quoted-regexps to match, and optional test comment/name

text_matches

Test that some HTML contains some content matching the pattern/string provided.

text_matches($filename,$text,$name); # check text found in file

Passes when at least one instance found, fails if no matches found.

Takes a list of arguments filename/response, string or quoted-regexp to match, and optional test comment/name

no_text

Test that some HTML does not contain some content matching the pattern/string provided.

no_text($filename,$text,$name); # check text NOT found in file

Passes if no matches found, fails when at least one instance found.

Takes a list of arguments filename/response, string or quoted-regexp to match, and optional test comment/name

script_matches

Test that HTML script element contains text matcging that provided.

  script_matches($response, qr/function someWidget/, 'found widget in JS');

Passes when at least one instance found, fails if no matches found.

Takes a list of arguments filename/response, string or quoted-regexp to match, and optional test comment/name

form_field_value_matches

Test that the HTML contains a form element with the value matching that provided.

form_field_value_matches($filename,$field_name, $field_value, $form_name, $description);

form_field_value_matches($filename,$field_name, qr/some pattern/, undef, 'test for foo in bar form field');

Takes a list of arguments : filename/response, string or quoted-regexp to match, optional form_name, and optional test comment/name

Field value argument can be a string (for exact matches) or a quoted regexp (for pattern matches)

Use form_select_field_matches for select elements.

Use form_checkbox_field_matches for checkbox elements

form_select_field_matches

Test that the HTML contains a form element with the value matching that provided.

form_select_field_matches($filename,{ field_name => $field_name, selected => $field_value, form_name => $form_name}, $description);

Takes a mixed list/ hashref of arguments :

filename/response,
hashref of search attributes, keys are : field_name, selected, form_name (optional)
optional test comment/name

Selected field value can be string or quoted regexp

form_checkbox_field_matches

Test that the HTML contains a form element with the value matching that provided.

form_checkbox_field_matches($filename,{ field_name => $field_name, selected => $field_value, form_name => $form_name}, $description);

Takes a mixed list/ hashref of arguments :

filename/response,
hashref of search attributes, keys are : field_name, selected, form_name (optional)
optional test comment/name

Selected field value can be string or quoted regexp

get_form_values

Extract form fields and their values from HTML content

my $form_values = Test::HTML::Form->get_form_values({filename => $filename, form_name => 'form1'});

Takes a hashref of arguments : filename (name of file or an HTTP::Response object, required), form_name (optional).

Returns a hashref of form fields, with name as key, and arrayref of XML elements for that field.

extract_text

my $posting_id = Test::HTML::Form->extract_text({filename => 'publish.html', pattern => 'Reference :\s(\d+)'});

SEE ALSO ^

Test::HTML::Content
HTML::TreeBuilder
Test::HTTP::Response

AUTHOR ^

Aaron Trevena

BUGS ^

Please report any bugs or feature requests to http://rt.cpan.org

COPYRIGHT & LICENSE ^

Copyright 2008 Slando. Copyright 2009 Aaron Trevena.

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.8 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.

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