When I started writing tests with Cypress, I was always going to use the user interface to interact and change the application’s state when running tests.
In today’s tech world, where speed is the key to modern software development, we should aim to get quick feedback on the impact of any change, and that is where CI/CD comes in place.
There are times when developers get stuck with a problem that has to do with version changes. Trying to run the code or test without upgrading the package can result in unexpected errors.
One of the most important tasks of a software developer is not just writing code fast; it is the ability to find what causes errors and bugs whenever you encounter one and the ability to solve them quickly.
When software developers took years to create and introduce new products to the market is long gone. Users (or consumers) today are more eager to use their favorite applications with the latest bells and whistles.
Cypress is one of the fast-growing test automation frameworks. As you learn Cypress, you will probably come across the need to integrate your Cypress tests with your CI environment.
Software applications nowadays have become increasingly complex, and maximizing test coverage is one of the key aspects for every testing team. Testers globally rely upon different testing types using testing tools and frameworks. But there is an urgent need to test software systems (along with all their sub-systems) from beginning to end.