Maximize the efficiency of your Playwright test scripts with these practical tips and best practices. This comprehensive guide will help you navigate through the complexities of writing test scripts, making your tests more maintainable, reliable, and efficient. Let's dive into these valuable insights and elevate your Playwright testing game.
This cheat sheet is designed to provide you with everything you need to kickstart your Playwright journey – from setting up your first test to tackling advanced scenarios.
Selectors and locators might seem similar at first glance, but they play distinct roles in helping you interact with web elements in your automated tests. Let's take a deeper look at what they are, how they differ, and when you might want to use one over the other.
This guide looks at the various ways web developers and testers can use @playwright/test framework to measure website performance. It covers topics such as setting up Playwright, writing Playwright tests, and interpreting and analyzing the results.
In this article, we will explore how to intercept and mock HTTP traffic in Playwright tests. By doing so, we can create more reliable and efficient tests, while also simulating various scenarios that may be difficult to reproduce otherwise. We will discuss the benefits of using this approach, various ways to intercept and mock HTTP requests, and real-world examples to demonstrate the process. So, let's get started!
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