Hmm, i dont know much about the testcafe studio - i used in when it was in beta but because i know JS and WYSIWYG for js (including css selectors) was not meeting my standards, its probably for less technical who dont want to get dirty in JS.
Well, i never found any JS e2e framework that is better.
Capybara (im from Ruby on Rails community) is slow, based on ancient drivers and there are constant problems with "waiting" for things, so you need to add manual waits.
Pure puppeteer/firefox alternatives need too much boilerplate code.
To be honest i never cared about number of followers on twitter - i cared how good the product is, and IMO it is the best on the market ;-)
github.com/DevExpress/testcafe - this tells me much more than twitter account. Im very glad they focus on development not the social media presence - i suspect this might be the reason why this product is so good.
I see you keep mentioning a lot about TestCafe.
I searched your name on Google and it returned multiple articles and comments where you praised this solution.
How can we know that you're not biased?
Also, why does everyone say that their solution is the ONLY one that has smart/automatic waits.
That is BS. Most solutions for automated testing provide automatic waits which can be configured globally (e.g. Element Load Timeout, Page Load Timeout).
Of course im biased. Like everyone in the world about everything - this is my opinion, just like everything else i say/write.
Take it or leave it, not forcing anyone to trust me.
The question is why are you questioning my opinion.
If you see a trap instead of my arguments then maybe work on your biases ;)
Im not "BigCorp Co.", i dont look for your data to sell it, im trying to help FEDs increase their code/project quality by sharing my experience and hopefully save their time/stress when debugging random fails.
Im not saying "my" (its not mine, i just use it) is the only one that works, im saying TestCafe has the only one that "just works" for me for ~2 years now and ive wasted a lot of time on other solutions that promised, but not delivered that one thing.
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