re: Hacking our e2e tests to make them more useful VIEW POST


Some great ideas here – I'm personally a huge fan of e2e testing. I was able to code fairly fearlessly at the the only company I've ever worked at that did a good job with it, since we had very good coverage on our critical flows like signup and paying.

Despite how useful I find it, there seems to be relatively few resources about how to do it effectively, so I'm always appreciative when someone contributes good ideas on how to make the process less painful. Thanks!


Thanks for the feedback! Yeah I totally agree it does give you that level of comfort to keep pushing stuff live.

If this is the general consensus I could maybe look at writing a proper tutorial around this.

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