Inertia.js Events for Laravel Dusk

1.2.0 2022-02-04 10:33 UTC

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  • PHP 7.4+
  • Vue
  • Laravel 8.0 and 9.0


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If you want to know more about the background of this package, please read the blogpost: A package for Laravel Dusk to wait for Inertia.js events


You can install the package via composer:

composer require protonemedia/inertiajs-events-laravel-dusk --dev

Add the inertiaEventsCount object to your main JavaScript file, somewhere above the creation of the Vue application instance.

window.inertiaEventsCount = {
    navigateCount: 0,
    successCount: 0,
    errorCount: 0,

In the creation of the Vue application instance, use the mounted method to register the event listeners.

import { Inertia } from '@inertiajs/inertia'

new Vue({
  mounted() {
    Inertia.on('navigate', (event) => {

    Inertia.on('success', (event) => {

    Inertia.on('error', (event) => {


This package provides three helper methods for your Laravel Dusk tests.


The waitForInertiaError() method may be used to wait until the Error event is fired. You can use it to assert against responses where validation errors are returned.


The waitForInertiaNavigate() method may be used to wait until the Navigate event is fired. You can use it to assert a user is redirected, for example, after submitting a form.


The waitForInertiaSuccess() method may be used to wait until the Success event is fired. This is great for testing forms that don't redirect after successfully submitting a form.

Example test


namespace Tests\Browser;

use App\Models\User;
use Illuminate\Foundation\Testing\DatabaseMigrations;
use Tests\DuskTestCase;

class ExampleTest extends DuskTestCase
    use DatabaseMigrations;

     * A basic browser test example.
     * @return void
    public function it_can_store_a_user_and_redirect_back_to_the_index_route()
        $this->browse(function ($browser) {
                    ->type('name', 'New User')
                    ->assertSee('User Added!');


composer test


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Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.

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