Testing Angular e2e with Cypress.io

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6:30-7:15: Social Time
7:15-7:30: Announcements
7:30: Testing Angular e2e with Cypress.io
Presenter: Brian Mann
Why do I need Cypress?
We believe that testing web applications is one of the hardest ch

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6:30-7:15: Social Time 

7:15-7:30:  Announcements

7:30:  Testing Angular e2e with Cypress.io

Presenter: Brian Mann

Why do I need Cypress?

We believe that testing web applications is one of the hardest challenges for web developers today. While there’s been an explosion of JavaScript frameworks that help with client-side architecture, there’s a huge void of quality testing tools. It’s not uncommon to spend more time getting tests to pass than it took to write code for the feature. Cypress simplifies the effort and complexity of writing and debugging integration tests.

Isn’t this just another test runner like Karma, Test’em, etc?

Cypress replaces your existing test runner, but goes much, much further. Cypress automatically monitors test files, reloads changes in real time, processes and builds JS files, and is highly configurable. It additionally offers a GUI to see your tests run in the browser with your app, offers smart debugging feedback, and has built in mocking, spies, and stubbing.

Website: https://www.cypress.io/

Testing Angular e2e with Cypress.io

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