When it comes to UI testing, the reliability and consistency of your tests are paramount. In this article, we will explore various strategies to ensure the stability of your tests and minimize issues like flakiness and false reports. Our focus will be on utilizing TypeScript and Playwright to illustrate these strategies.
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In the world of software testing, efficiency, maintainability, and scalability are paramount. The Page Object Model (POM) architecture is a popular approach to UI testing that promotes these virtues. It not only helps in achieving robust test automation but also ensures that the test code is easy to maintain and adapt. This blog will dive into the core concepts of the Page Object Model and how to implement it for your UI testing needs.
In UI testing, choosing the right tool can greatly impact your testing process's stability, reliability, and maintenance. In this article, we'll compare two popular options: **Robot Framework** and **Playwright**. We'll focus on factors such as test stability, reducing flakiness, ease of maintenance, skill set required, features, and future-proofing options. Additionally, we'll delve into their pros and cons, limitations with Robot Framework, and why it may not be the ideal choice for a modern engineering process.