suitmedia/frontend-lighthouse-audit

A PHP package to automate the Lighthouse Auditing for frontend development.

0.2.0 2019-02-17 04:49 UTC

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Frontend Lighthouse Audit

A simple tool to audit all of the frontend HTML templates using lighthouse-ci CLI command.


Lighthouse Audit Example

Synopsis

This package will help you to measure and audit the quality of your frontend HTML templates. It will start a web-server automatically on the given document root path, scan all HTML files and analyse them one by one. You can also run this tool in your CI pipeline.

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Compatibility

This package only supports PHP version 7.1 or higher.

Requirements

This package is dependent to the lighthouse-ci package and Chrome /Chromium web browser, so you need to install them first.

You can install lighthouse-ci easily, using this command:

$ npm install -g lighthouse-ci

Setup

Install the package globally using Composer :

$ composer global require suitmedia/frontend-lighthouse-audit

CLI Usage

$ lighthouse-audit -h

Usage:
  lighthouse-audit [options] [--] <path>

Arguments:
  path                                   Specify the path of a directory to analyse.

Options:
  -S, --server[=SERVER]                  Define the address and port that PHP web-server should serve. <address>:<port> [default: "localhost:8000"]
      --mode[=MODE]                      Define the mode to run Lighthouse audit. Option: mobile,desktop [default: "mobile"]
      --performance[=PERFORMANCE]        Define the minimal performance score for audit to pass [default: "80"]
      --best-practices[=BEST-PRACTICES]  Define the minimal best-practices score for audit to pass [default: "80"]
      --accessibility[=ACCESSIBILITY]    Define the minimal accessibility score for audit to pass [default: "80"]
      --seo[=SEO]                        Define the minimal seo score for audit to pass [default: "80"]
      --pwa[=PWA]                        Define the minimal pwa score for audit to pass [default: "0"]
      --except[=EXCEPT]                  Provide a list of filenames that you wish to exclude, separated by commas.

      --chrome-flags[=CHROME-FLAGS]      Custom flags to pass to Chrome (space-delimited). For a full list of flags,
                                         see http://peter.sh/experiments/chromium-command-line-switches/.

  -h, --help                             Display this help message
  -V, --version                          Display this application version

License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.