Testing Automation with Cypress - Advanced
What you'll learn
- How to create tests 100% flakiness-free
- How to test the frontend independent of the backend
- How to simulate error situations
- How to simulate slowness in requests
- How to test like a real user
- How to organize tests
- How to test the browser internal state (localStorage)
- How to make selectors specific and readable
- How to simplify repetitive commands
- How to change the test report
- git version 2.26.2 or later
- Nodejs version 14.15.4 or later
- NPM version 6.14.11 or later
If you already know the basics of Cypress, take the next step to become an expert in automated testing and expand your test automation skills.
Besides, Cypress is friendly to developers and QA engineers, and it's not based on Selenium!
This means that with Cypress, it is possible to interact with web applications in ways that were not possible previously, and that is exactly what I am going to teach you in this course.
During the course, you will learn:
How to create tests 100% flakiness-free
How to test like a real user
How to organize tests by context
How to test browser internals
How to make selectors specific and readable
How to simplify repetitive commands
How to test the frontend independent of the backend
How to simulate error situations
How to simulate slowness in requests
How to change the test report
Upon completing the advanced Cypress course, you will be able to put all the knowledge acquired into practice in real projects and on a larger scale, to write, refactor and maintain automated tests written with the Cypress framework, where they will be robust, independent, fast, and mainly, they will provide you with the assurance that when they pass, the new version of the application works and it can be released in production.
Join the Talking About Testing School and stand out in your career!
Who this course is for:
- Students of the basic and intermediate Cypress courses of the Talking About Testing School
- Testers and QAs who want to take the next step in their career with testing automation
- Web developers without dedicated QAs on their teams
- Information technology students
I've been working with software development focused on software testing since 2004 and since 2009 explicitly working with test automation.
Want to know more about me? Visit my website.