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Painless JavaScript Testing with CodeceptJS



Michael Bodnarchuk introduces CodeceptJS, a JS testing meta-framework meant to simplify end-to-end testing.


Michael Bodnarchuk is a passionate web developer from Kyiv, Ukraine. One day he started to think how to get more developers into testing so he started his own testing framework, Codeception. Nowadays, he is a lead developer of Codeception (PHP) and CodeceptJS testing frameworks.

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TestCon Vilnius is the leading conference for everyone willing to learn testing trends, best practices and make their contribution to the smoother software development cycle and quality. The event provides an excellent platform to keep up-to-date with the latest industry trends, exchange experiences, discuss and deliberate ideas and benefit from networking opportunities. The event features the hottest topics in industry covering: Test Management, Testing Techniques and Methodologies, Test Automation, Performance Testing, Testing the Internet of Things (IoT), Testing Metrics, Agile Testing, Test Team Leadership and Soft Skills.

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Jul 15, 2020

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  • Akin to Reac-Testing-Library

    by Jose Asilis,

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    This looks really dope! I'm testing this out as I've yet to incorporate e2e tests due to time constraints.

    I love how you abstract all the implementation details and only work out with what you see!

  • Great Prsentation.

    by Anit Shrestha Manandhar,

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    The delivery was "simple". The passion could be seen for the quality of code but it did not hinder the understanding.

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