Have you ever experienced a 404 error? From an end user’s perspective, a 404 error (or broken link) experience can be a complete turn-off. Apart from annoying end-user experience, broken links (or dead links) on a website can dampen the SEO (Search Engine Optimization) activity.
The demand for Cypress automation testing has increased exponentially with the need to deliver products faster to the market. As per the State of JS survey 2021, Cypress awareness has climbed from 74% in 2020 to 83% in 2021 with 92% satisfaction. Cypress has emerged as a prominent tool for web automation testing in recent … Continue reading Cypress Automation Testing Tutorial: E2E Testing with Cypress
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In today’s fast-paced world of software development, we have new technologies and languages for development coming on very frequently. With this comes several testing and automation tools and frameworks in the related market.
Headless browsers are gaining popularity as a viable option for testing web applications. As we all know, web browsers are an integral part of automation testing using Selenium Webdriver.
“Testing leads to failure, and failure leads to understanding.” Burt Rutan It goes without saying that the very essence of testing lies in locating issues so that they can be worked upon. This results in a better-quality & well-performing web application (or website) that is important in building a positive customer experience.
Design Pattern is a widely acknowledged concept in the software engineering industry in terms of the benefits it brings to areas of code-reuse and maintainability. As a software developer, you likely stumble upon this term at one point.