The playwright has lots of improvements, in this video, we'll discuss the latest features and their benefits.
This blog post provides an overview of the contents of a video about the new update from the playwright team, version 1.13. The video, hosted by Kaushik, highlights several updates and features in this new version.
The first major update discussed is the introduction of a new reporter API called Allure Reporter. This feature allows for the generation of HTML reports with details about test results, including screenshots and trace.zip files.
Another notable update is the addition of a base URL feature. This allows users to set a base URL, simplifying navigation to different pages within a website.
The video also mentions the addition of drag and drop support in Playwright, which now includes a new drag and drop API for performing drag and drop actions.
Other updates mentioned in the video include improvements to the trace viewer, changes to the Playwright test inspector for generating Playwright test code, updates to the documentation, and support for new browser versions (Chrome 93, Firefox 90, WebKit 14.2).
The blog post concludes by acknowledging the responsiveness of the Playwright team to user feedback and bug reports, and providing a shoutout to a viewer named Akshay for notifying the blogger about the new release.
The blog post promises that detailed tutorials on the new features will be published soon, and encourages readers to stay subscribed for further updates.
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