Tutorial on using headless Chrome in a container for End-To-End user acceptance testing

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Put together a tutorial on using my recently release Docker Image containing Chrome, Puppeteer, and Jest. For over a year I have wanted a way to run acceptance tests in a container w/o a UI. Finally it comes to fruition. Check it out and I hope it saves you some frustration.

https://davidjeddy.com/?p=565

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