This thread is trying to answer question "Is there any difference between C# and TypeScript tests in Playwright and do they have the same level of functionality?"
basically in node we built a custom test runner which gives us more capabilites of adding features such as ui mode, html reporter, vs code extension etc. all other languages are behind in features. Thanks for suggestion on docs to compare feature availability per lang, will see if I can make that happen. in meantime I suggest trying out both and seeing for yourself the experience and which you are more happier with.
Thanks for the response @ibrahim.bektas , we are testing web based, so we will probably use TypeScript given it has the latest features and other benefits.
I am working on a framework built on top of Playwright.NET and I love it sooo much. It is focused on bulding POM, which is the only way to do tests for more complex websites... I hope I can publish this framework as an open source soon 🙂 But it does not belong to me, but it belongs to my company, but my boss told me he wouldn't have a problem with making it open source 🙂
I understand, that for developers, that already knows JS/TS, it is their preferrable language, but for those, who knows C# is the very best programming language in the world (besides C++, but that is meant for a little bit different purpose, mostly perfect for geeks 😄 ), so whenever I see that everybody suggest to use TS, I really like to stand this opinion, that nooooo, try Playwright.NET and try to understand, that it is muuuuch muuuuch better, although more work needs to be done at the beginning, but it is worth it !!!
And I hope I will realease my open source framework soon 🙂
I am a big fan of .net I share my c# framework, one disadvantage is the lack of good reporter in .net, but I can integrate with some third party tools like qase or azure devops. I was wondering how playwright is supported, sometimes some microsoft products are retired like Visual Studio for mac, silverlight, xamarin forms, sometimes I saw some comments that could be the same for playwright
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