Local Chrome Browser

Instead of running on a grid, it is possible to use --use-local-chrome-driver. That way you can see the run in action on a clean, extension-free, Chrome browser.

To run your tests using CLI on a local chrome browser, use this format:

testim --token "<YOUR ACCESS TOKEN>" --project "<YOUR PROJECT ID>" --use-local-chrome-driver

Run CLI command with custom extensions

You are able to run a CLI command on a local chrome browser with specific extension/s installed on it by using --install-custom-extension in combination with the --use-local-chrome-driver flag. For example:

testim --token "<YOUR ACCESS TOKEN>" --project "<YOUR PROJECT ID>" --use-local-chrome-driver --install-custom-extension <chrome extension zipped file url or local path>