In this video, we're going to learn how to launch the browser and also how to configure the jest with typescript.
This blog post is a summary of a video tutorial that discusses how to launch the Chromium browser using Playwright and configure it with the package.json or TypeScript configuration.
The tutorial starts by creating a folder and a test file called "launch browser.test.ts" using TypeScript. It explains that Chromium is an open-source browser developed by Google and that Playwright allows developers to compile the Chromium source code into a web browser.
The tutorial then explains the import statement for Playwright and how to use it to launch the browser. It introduces the describe and it blocks, explaining that they are similar to Jasmine's describe and it blocks.
Next, the tutorial shows how to open a new browser tab using the browser instance and a new context. It explains that Playwright allows for multiple browsers to be open at the same time.
The tutorial then demonstrates how to open a new page in the tab and navigate to a URL.
Finally, the tutorial explains the need to close the browser instance and how to do so using the browser's close() function.
Overall, the video tutorial provides a comprehensive overview of how to launch the Chromium browser and configure it using Playwright.
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