Inso has been designed to run in a CI environment, disabling prompts and providing exit codes to pass or fail the CI workflow accordingly. An example workflow run in Github Actions is as follows. This example will checkout > install NodeJS > install inso > run linting > run unit tests > generate configuration. If any of these steps fail, the GH workflow will as well.
# .github/workflows/test.yml name: Test jobs: Linux: name: Validate API spec runs-on: ubuntu-latest steps: - name: Checkout branch uses: actions/checkout@v1 - name: Install NodeJS uses: actions/setup-node@v1 - name: Install inso run: npm install -g insomnia-inso - name: Lint run: inso lint spec "Designer Demo" --ci - name: Run test suites run: inso run test "Designer Demo" --env UnitTest --ci - name: Generate declarative config run: inso generate config "Designer Demo" --type declarative --ci