This thread is trying to answer question "Is it possible to use the .tap() method on a step-by-step basis for testing swipe/dragging logic in a mobile web application, and if so, how can X and Y coordinates be passed for 'touchmove' to move to a desired location?"
Sure, you can use Playwright's
.tap() method to simulate complex interactions in a mobile web application. Here's how you can do it:
.waitForSelector()to wait for the first element you want to tap.
.tap()with the appropriate selector or coordinates.
await page.waitForTimeout(1000); // wait for 1 second
Playwright provides various methods and options that can be combined with
.tap() to enhance your testing capabilities. For example, you can use actions like scrolling using
By leveraging Playwright's powerful API and combining it with proper sequencing of actions using methods like
.tap(), you can effectively test mobile web applications in a detailed and controlled manner.
Remember, this is a general guide. Always refer to the official documentation or consult with experts for comprehensive guidance tailored specifically to your use case. Happy testing with Playwright!
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