By Vitali Zaidman on 9 February, 2018, via medium.com
Want to learn a little more about TestCafé and Nightwatch.js? Christine Zierold compares and contrasts the two UI Test Automation frameworks to help explain the benefits and drawbacks of each.
By Christine Zierold on 5 February, 2018, via pqatesting.com
Unit tests are a great asset to help ensure the quality of your application. But by nature, they only test small isolated pieces of...
By Rowan Youngson on 4 February, 2018, via medium.com
So what can we do to improve our TestCafe project? If you followed this guide since we started, your devto.js should look like this...
By Christian Vasquez on 16 January, 2018, via dev.to
Now we are going to run our tests in both Chrome and Firefox.
By Christian Vasquez on 15 January, 2018, via dev.to
This time we will learn about running tests in parallel. This can be achieved by using a command like this...
By Christian Vasquez on 15 January, 2018, via dev.to
With TestCafe I can write all of my code in Typescript or the latest (ES2017) JS. When I can write my E2E tests in the same manner that I write my application code, I see it as a huge win.
By Marques Woodson on 6 January, 2018, via medium.com
End-To-End (E2E) testing is a technique used to test an entire flow as if we were an actual user by simulating their actions (clicks, pressing certain keys, typing into a field, etc).
By Christian Vasquez on 30 December, 2017, via dev.to
At Hubba, our business needs are always evolving and the development speed needs to catch up with it. One of the ways to keep the team moving forward without breaking everything is End-to-end Testing (E2E).
By Phong Huynh on 4 December, 2017, via medium.freecodecamp.org
TestCafe is a free and open source Node.js tool for testing web applications. One of its main perks is that it takes about a minute to setup and to start testing (and it doesn’t use WebDriver).
By Nataliia Krylova on 20 November, 2017, via alligator.io
Selenium WebDriver is one of the most well-known tools for e2e testing. But what if you don't want to invest a lot of time into the setup of an e2e testing environment?
By Alexander Moskovkin on 29 September, 2017, via dzone.com
If you write with AngularJS then most likely testing with Protractor is the first thing that comes to your mind. But is it the only option? If you're curious about the alternatives, read ahead.
By Alexander Moskovkin on 6 September, 2017, via medium.com
TestCafe manages end-to-end testing process out of the box. It starts browsers, runs tests and shows results. But there is also a bunch of plugins which extend its functionality. Here’s a list of the most popular ones.
By Natu Krylova on 26 July, 2017, via medium.com
There are many cases in which you may need your tests to act on behalf of an authenticated user. For instance, if your Web application provides special functionality for authorized users, you will need your test to authenticate.
By Alexander Moskovkin on 24 July, 2017, via medium.com
By Thoriq Firdaus on 14 July, 2017, via hongkiat.com
Hello everyone, today I’ll tell you a story about a neat and easy way to implement end-to-end testing for a pizza delivery web service using a new open source framework.
By Helen Dikareva on 6 July, 2017, via medium.com
Some are about new thinking or new techniques, some are about old or legacy technology and some are just useful resources for different languages or platforms. The brief is simple — if we think they’re useful, you might too.
By Dootrix on 11 May, 2017, via medium.com
In this post you will learn how to quickly spin up a reproducible development environment with Docker to manage a number of Node.js microservices.
By Michael Herman on 11 May, 2017, via mherman.org
When you are writing e2e tests for a web app, you sometimes have no other choice than to write clumsy selectors like...
By Alexander Moskovkin on 11 May, 2017, via hackernoon.com
By Vitalik Zaidman on 29 April, 2017, via medium.com
Born deep inside Facebook labs, React gained a huge popularity among the developers who make web applications with complex user interfaces.
By Alexander Moskovkin on 5 April, 2017, via hackernoon.com
When you write functional tests, sooner or later you face the need to debug them. In this article, I’ll review everything TestCafe offers to facilitate this daily routine task.
By Helen Dikareva on 31 March, 2017, via medium.com
Today we are going to dive into the world of functional web testing with TestCafe. Unlike the majority of other end-to-end (e2e) testing tools, TestCafe is not dependent on Selenium or WebDriver. Instead...
By Michael Herman on 19 March, 2017, via mherman.org
In this article, TestCafe team member Vasily Strelyaev explains the benefits of this new Node.js-based app testing framework...
By Vasily Strelyaev on 14 March, 2017, via sitepoint.com
Hello my friends, today we are going to look into the most popular solutions for functional web testing...
By Adrian Lewis on 13 March, 2017, via medium.com
End-to-end testing is one of the most valuable tools in your testing arsenal, allowing you to...
By Joshua Bemenderfer on 7 March, 2017, via alligator.io
Nowadays, a vast number of projects, small and large, is developed using Node.js tools and hosted on GitHub. Authors of these projects...
By Alexander Moskovkin on 2 February, 2017, via hackernoon.com
By Alexander Moskovkin on 26 January, 2017, via hackernoon.com
By Vasily Strelyaev on 23 January, 2017, via scotch.io
Assume you have a clean PC without any developer tools. How quickly can you install all the required testing tools, write and run your first functional test for the web? An hour? Or two?
By Alexander Moskovkin on 16 January, 2017, via hackernoon.com
In this article, we will look at how you get started with TestCafe and write your first test from scratch.
By Alexander Moskovkin on 11 January, 2017, via dzone.com
Here are some popular new github repositories that can be interesting for web developers. All of them earned their first 1500 stars in 2016...
By Alexander Moskovkin on 20 December, 2016, via hackernoon.com
Our mission at Tutorialzine is to keep you up to date with the latest and coolest trends in web development. That’s why every month we release a handpicked collection of some of the best resources that we’vestumbled upon and deemed worthy of your attention...
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