Automated testing has become an integral part of web application development. However, testing in Safari, Apple's web browser, presents unique challenges due to the browser's strict Same-Origin Policy (SOP), especially when dealing with iframes. In this article, we'll explore known issues related to Safari's SOP, discuss workarounds, and demonstrate how Playwright, a popular automation testing framework, supports automated testing in this context.
Optimize UI test automation by using 'data-testid' attributes and centralizing their management in a shared file. Enhance clarity, ensure consistency, and simplify maintenance for efficient collaboration between development and testing teams. This streamlined approach accelerates test script development, fostering a robust and reliable UI testing framework.
When it comes to organizing code in software development, three main structures dominate the landscape: the monolith, the monorepo, and the multi-repo. Each has its own set of advantages and drawbacks, and choosing the right one can significantly impact the development process.
Unit testing is a crucial aspect of software development that ensures your code functions as expected and is free from bugs. To create effective unit tests, it's essential to follow best practices. In this tutorial, we'll cover various best practices for writing unit tests.
In this tutorial, we will explore how to automate testing of a Wikipedia page using the Playwright test automation framework. We'll also implement a Page Object Model (POM) for better test structure, set up Allure reporting for detailed test reporting, and integrate the Axe library for accessibility testing.