Eyes JavaScript - Selenium SDK classes

Platform: SeleniumLanguage: JavaScript

Enums

MatchLevel
Values that define different types of Image matching. These are used in various commands that set the match level. See How to use Eyes match levels for details.
TestResultsStatus
This enum defines literals that define the possible test results for a single test. It is returned by the status property.
StitchMode
Defines the mechanism used to offset sub-images when generating a full page image by stitching together multiple sub-images.

Classes

Eyes
This class provides the main methods used to execute tests and checkpoints.
StepInfo
When a test terminates, the close method returns an object with methods/properties defined by the TestResults class. Within the TestResults, there is an array of objects which have the properties defined by the class StepInfo. Each element of this array describes information for one step in the test.The properties of this object are used to retrieve information for a given step in the test results. Although there is no named class for this object, for convenience, it is documented in a class-like style.
Target
This class provides methods that are used to define and configure the target for the check method.
TestResults
Encapsulates the results of a visual test, including summary information and checkpoint-specific details. An object of this class is returned by the close method upon test completion.
apiUrls
An object of this class is contained in the StepInfo object, which is in itself an object in the TestResults object returned by the close method.The properties of this object are used to retrieve information about each of the steps in the test results. Although there is no named class for this object, for convenience it is documented in a class-like style.
appUrls
An object of this class is contained in the StepInfo object, which is in itself an object in the TestResults object returned by the close method.The properties of this object are used to retrieve information about each of the steps in the test results. Although there is no named class for this object, for convenience it is documented in a class-like style - see appUrls.