Test case organization refers to the structured arrangement and management of test cases in a systematic manner to ensure efficient execution and maintenance of software tests. It involves grouping and classifying test cases based on certain criteria like functionality, module, user journey, or test type (unit, integration, system, etc.). Good test case organization improves test coverage, makes tests easier to find, understand and maintain, and supports prioritization and selection of tests for execution. It's common to use directories, files, naming conventions, and comments to organize test cases in code. In addition, test management tools often provide features for organizing test cases, such as folders, tags, or links to requirements. Proper organization of test cases is crucial for large test suites and teams, and it's an important part of test strategy and planning.
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As a software QA engineer, you know how important it is to maintain a well-structured and organized test suite. This is especially true when working with tools like Playwright, which offer a powerful and flexible way to automate browser testing. In this article, we will explore how to effectively organize your Playwright tests using tags, helping you to keep your test suite clean, efficient, and easy to maintain.
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