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Shadow DOM in Cypress

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How to Handle Shadow DOM in Cypress

The concept of componentization has revolutionized website development, completely transforming how they are built. At the heart of this revolutionary shift is the introduction of Shadow DOM, a key component in this paradigm change.

November 30, 2023

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Cypress vs Playwright: A Detailed Comparison

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Cypress vs Playwright: A Detailed Comparison

When I first started my journey in test automation, my toolset primarily consisted of either Selenium IDE or Quick Test Professional. After that, Selenium WebDriver and Java became part of my toolbox, and I have used them for several years.

September 19, 2023

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How To Use Cypress In Headless Mode

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How to Use Cypress in Headless Mode

Tests are often carried out on real browsers to test the actual user experience. This approach ensures that the web application or site is examined in the real-world environment it is intended for, enabling testers to identify and address any issues that may impact user satisfaction and functionality.

September 15, 2023

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Mastering Cypress Viewport: Testing Your Responsive Designs

In the modern digital landscape, the responsiveness of web applications is of paramount importance. As the user base for mobile devices and iPads continues to expand, websites are increasingly embracing responsive designs to guarantee an exceptional user experience.

September 14, 2023

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How to Perform E2E Testing Using Cypress CLI and Test Runner

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How to Perform E2E Testing Using Cypress CLI and Test Runner

End-to-End (E2E) testing is a software testing methodology that focuses on testing an application’s workflow from start to finish, simulating real user interactions, and verifying that all components of the system work together correctly.

August 16, 2023

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How to upload and download files in Cypress

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How To Use Cypress For File Upload and Download

On web applications, downloading and uploading files are operations we normally do, mainly for activities like banking, social media platforms, etc. In an online banking system, customers may need to upload documents such as income statements, bank statements, or identification proofs as part of a loan application process.

June 16, 2023

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Cypress Testing Library: Getting Started Tutorial

Writing maintainable tests for web user interfaces is critical for ensuring the reliability and stability of applications. As the software evolves and changes, it’s vital to have tests that can be easily maintained and updated to reflect the latest changes in the code.

June 14, 2023

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cypress-should-command feature

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Cypress .should() Command: A Detailed Guide

An assertion is a way to validate that the application or system under test is functioning as expected. In Cypress, assertions are used to ensure that the state of the application being tested meets the anticipated conditions.

June 6, 2023

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How To Use Cypress Intercept For Handling Network Requests

Before intercepting network requests, one of the main challenges was that it was difficult to debug and diagnose network-related issues. Developers needed more visibility into what was happening with network traffic between a client and a server.

March 3, 2023

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How To Handle iFrames In Cypress

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How To Handle iFrames In Cypress

In today’s web development world, finding standalone web apps is challenging. However, we can find most of these web apps work with each other where the integrations happen either from the Front-end or Back-end. One of the oldest yet simple integration strategies is using iFrames when examining these integrations.

February 6, 2023

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