Playwright is an open-source Node.js library developed by Microsoft that allows developers to automate and test web browsers. It provides a high-level API to control various browser actions, such as generating screenshots, automating form submissions, and intercepting network requests. Playwright supports multiple browsers, including Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Firefox, and Safari, and allows for both headless (without a user interface) and non-headless operation. It supports a broad range of automation capabilities, including single-page applications, mobile viewport emulation, geolocation testing, and more. Playwright is often used in end-to-end testing to ensure that applications function correctly across different web platforms.
We will explore how to identify and deal with flaky tests in Playwright. Learn about the causes of flaky tests, their impacts, and the strategies to handle them effectively.
Official Playwright logos, color palettes, open graph templates, and other key media resources. Use these tools to create compelling, brand-consistent representations of Playwright in your own blog posts and other creative projects.
We will explore the strengths and performance benchmarks of popular automated testing tools - Cypress, Selenium, Playwright, and Puppeteer. Explore their features, use cases, and find the best tool for your testing needs.
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