Automated cross-browser testing with Playwright


Automated browser testing is essential for asserting the quality of the code you deliver when developing web applications. Some defects only become visible at the point when you tie everything together in your application. You want to catch these defects as early as possible to minimize the cost of fixing them. There are a lot of great tools out there to help you with this and I would like to highlight a tool named Playwright.

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Acing your pull requests with animated GIFs

As part of your continuous integration and delivery approach or even progressive delivery, if you will, you want your code to go live fast. To assure the quality and maintainability of your code you use pull requests. Another person needs to review and approve your changes. This process can take some time since the reviewer needs to visualize the result of your code in his/her mind. In this post, I will explain how to get your pull requests approved faster with animated GIFs.

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TDD in React

It’s nearly impossible to keep up with the pace JavaScript frameworks pop up nowadays and I believe it’s good to have some focus. For me, this means the big three as defined in this post and more specifically doing basic TDD with React. Read more →