CUI (Candidate User Interface)
This is Codility's candidate interface. It's provided as a Django application ready for stand-alone development.
Install Python packages (from requirements.txt):
pip install -r requirements.txt
Install Ruby packages (from Gemfile):
gem install bundler bundle install
For running the tests with Selenium, you need Xvfb and Firefox.
Under Ubuntu, you can install them using:
sudo apt-get install xvfb firefox
You can run CUI using a standard Django development server:
python manage.py runserver localhost:8001
Run the unit tests (using Selenium):
python manage.py test
Run the unit tests (in your browser):
Run against a mock in-browser server:
To see browser while running selenium tests you have to set
If you would like to use driver other than Firefox for selenium tests you can
use selenium remove web driver and specify remote address by
environment variable. For example running tests using PhantomJS:
phantomjs --webdriver=22222 < /dev/null > /dev/null & REMOTE_SELENIUM="http://localhost:22222" python manage.py test
Sometimes you might want to run only some tests not all. When you test under
browser it's rather easy, just specify
spec get attribute and it will work
as filter for spec for example
run only tests containing
"plugins" in their full name.
To achieve same behavior from terminal using selenium tests you can specify
JASMINE_SPEC environment variable.
JASMINE_SPEC="plugins" python manage.py test
CUI is distributed under the terms of GNU Lesser General Public License version 3 (LGPLv3). See files COPYING and COPYING.LESSER for details.
By postal mail:
Codility Polska Dobra 56/66 00-312 Warszawa Poland