To interact with a previously visited page in Playwright, you'll need to create a new Page instance and navigate to the URL of the page you want to interact with.
First, launch a browser:
const browser = await browserType.launch();
Next, create a new context:
const context = await browser.newContext();
Then, create a new Page instance and navigate to the URL of the desired page:
const page = await context.newPage();
Now, you can interact with the page using various methods provided by Playwright's Page class. For example, to click on an element:
Or to fill in a form field:
await page.fill(selector, value);
Remember, Playwright provides several best practices for interacting with pages, such as using locators and chaining/filtering methods. Also, avoid testing third-party dependencies or external sites that are out of your control as they may cause your tests to fail unpredictably. Instead, use Playwright's Network API and guarantee the response needed.
For more tips on writing efficient Playwright test scripts, check out this blog post.
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