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Using Cypress and Github Actions to Build an Automation Platform. Its easier than you think.
Forcing user behavior in automated tests can garner false negative results. A test will pass when in reality, it shouldnt! In this example I review how a Cypress test can fail even when the applicaiton is not functional.
Broken links can lead to an exteremely frustrating user experience and checking each link manually is a time consuming process. Using Cypress, we can automate this entire process and ensure all of our links perfom as expected.
In this post set up an entire CI/CD pipeline complete with automated quality checks, dashboard reporting and preview environments for 100% free! See how I used open source tools to accomplish this goal!
A problem arises in test automation when repetitive tasks needs to be performed on large data sets. In this post, I discuss how we can level up from a forEach loop and use Node to unlock parallelization.
Accessibility concerns are often overlooked on web apps. As QE Engineers, what can we do to make sure that our tests interact with the application similarly to how users would?
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There are many ways now to retrieve a DOM node during a test. In this article I rank a few of the more popular methods and provide my opinion as to which ones are viable solutions.
Mock Service Worker is a single tool we can use to mock API requests in unit tests, end-to-end tests, and our application. In this example, Cypress starts the worker on its own.
When testing CMS configured layouts, you have an edge. In this post, I discuss how I create tests for CMS configured layouts.
A few projects from the past.
Some of my favorite tech. Hardware, software, and other.