In this comprehensive tutorial, we dive deep into configuring the `playwright.config.js` file to efficiently run test cases using tags and the powerful `grep` functionality. 🚀
In this video, the speaker discusses the contents of the playright config.js file. They begin by introducing playright as a test automation framework. The playright config.js file is autogenerated when running npm unit playright. The file contains various properties and options that can be customized.
The speaker goes on to explain the different properties in the config.js file, such as the test directory, test match, retry option, workers, reporters, tress, and projects. They provide examples and demonstrate how to use these properties effectively.
Additionally, the speaker shows how to use tags in the config.js file to selectively run specific test cases based on their tags. They also explain how to use the graph and graph Invert options to control which tests are run.
Overall, the video provides a comprehensive overview of the contents of the playright config.js file and how to customize it to suit specific testing needs.
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