Learn E2E testing of Web Apps with Puppeteer, Playwright and CodeceptJS from complete ground up [2020 updated]
What you'll learn: Complete understanding of Puppeteer from ground up Understanding the basics of working different components of Puppeteer Understand Jest test runner framework Understand working with Cucumber and Cucumber reporting Understanding Page Object Model and advanced concepts of Puppeteer
Description [Updated to new course name]
In this course Automation testing with Puppeteer, Playwright and CodeceptJS we will learn a lot more details, not just about Puppeteer tool, but also the tools and techniques which can make puppeteer, even more, better for testing larger application.
We will start our discussion from a basic topic to more advanced concepts of the Puppeteer, Playwright, and CodeceptJS tools. So, basically, this course is updated to supported three tools in parallel such as
The reason for adding Playwright and CodeceptJS in the original Puppeteer course being, Playwright is an incarnation of Puppeteer tool and CodeceptJS act as a framework for both Puppeteer and Playwright, hence having knowledge in all these tools are a good combination for automating an application.
Introduction and Basics of Puppeteer
Distinguished features of Puppeteer
Jest with Puppeteer
Cucumber with Puppeteer
Puppeteer with Firefox
Cucumber HTML Reporting with Puppeteer
Page Object Model with Puppeteer
Migrating project from ES5 to ES6
Advanced concepts of Puppeteer
Introduction and what is Playwright
Writing super simple code and understand how Playwright is similar to Puppeteer
Understanding the framework
How to make use of CodeceptJS helpers
CodeceptJS helper for Puppeteer
The course covers topics that are not covered elsewhere on the internet and that makes the course more distinguished by itself.
As that said, at the end of this course, the source code repository in the course will act as a clear guideline of how to extend the course based on your requirements at your work.