re: Does your team write code tests for front-end code? VIEW POST

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We're adding front-end testing slowly and tentatively. We've added facilities for front-end and back-end testing using Jest, and we're starting to play with Cypress for end-to-end testing. The advantage of Cypress is that we can use the same assertion frameworks for all our testing. The downside is a lack of support for testing various browsers/versions. (Selenium has the advantage there.)

 

Colleague of mine at Snipcart met a guy doing a presentation on Cypress in a WinnipegJS meetup. Very cool framework (I agree with the mentioned downside though). We ended up collaborating with the guy in question on a post tackling frontend testing w/ Cypress (e2e more specifically). In case it's any help/interest:

 Modern Frontend Testing with Cypress.io Framework

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