Web development is the process of building and maintaining websites and web applications. It involves various aspects of software development, including web design, client-side and server-side programming, database management, and security. Web development can be divided into three main categories: front-end development, back-end development, and full-stack development. Front-end development focuses on the user-facing aspects of a website or application, such as the user interface and user experience. Back-end development focuses on the server-side aspects of a website or application, such as the database and business logic. Full-stack development involves both front-end and back-end development. Web development is a broad field with many different technologies and frameworks, and it requires a diverse set of skills.
We will explore the reasons for migrating from Cypress to Playwright, the benefits of using Playwright, and the practical steps to successfully transition your end-to-end testing framework.
We delve into the untapped potential of text fragments, a little-known but powerful browser feature that allows users to link directly to specific sentences within a web page. As we unravel its working and provide a guide on how to implement it, we aim to spark interest and facilitate its wider adoption in website design.
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