Testing front-end applications does not need to be a pain. In fact, testing React applications can be quite easy if you follow some rules.
Tools that supercharge unit, integration, and end-to-end tests, with a focus on Cypress.
Learn how visual validation works, see a live integration into an existing test code base, and discuss the pros and cons of using various visual validation techniques.
Learn about how we, at Netflix, hacked Webpack for our needs, to serve unique user experiences to millions of Netflix customers across the globe.
Explore the most important performance metrics and ways you can easily set up performance tests using WebDriver, as part of your CI/CD pipeline.
Learn what it means to ‘load test’ your application, and how to get started with writing your first script.
How good are your tests? Would they still pass if the tested code was changed? If so, there may be problems with your code, your tests, or both!
Visual validation is a relatively new concept that can be used to enhance existing automated tests and provide an easy way to perform those difficult checks for things like UX, localization, usability, responsive design, and cross-device testing.
Learn the principles that will increase your test confidence, when building React apps
One of the primary goals for testing software is to have confidence that your software works as intended, but this doesn't give much insight into the quality of the software.
Testing the front end shouldn't be that hard! There are ways to achieve a healthy testing strategy for our front-end applications.
An anthology of QA horror stories from the past, and how to avoid such situations with TDD.
Learn how to start covering your app with e2e tests and see the features that Cypress.io has to offer.
Testing is hard. Despite all tutorials and courses, not everyone is following the TDD approach. What is wrong with our testing?
Learn how to run A/B tests at scale and what it takes to build the optimal tests.
Why are we afraid of updating our React app on Friday evening?