re: Cypress vs..... VIEW POST


While facing a similar situation and trying several tools, I ended up making with the intention of making frontend+e2e tests as simple as possible

It is basically a wrapper of Puppeteer (with all the goodness and bad of Puppeteer), it's syntax is similar to what you would find with cypress but way less opinionated over how to write your tests and what other tools you may use (which is the main downside I found with Cypress). Not sure if it may help you but you may want to give it a look as an alternative

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