Cypress 4: Now Supports Firefox and Edge
With the release of version 4, Cypress is now a cross-browser testing tool. It includes support for Firefox and the new Edge browser.
Cypress Part IV: Custom Commands
Custom commands allow us to reuse common code we use for tests. Let's look at how we can make one and add its type definition for TypeScript.
Paracas and its Nature Reserve
Paracas is a seaside town in the Ica region of Peru. They have a nature reserve encompassing a desert landscape and islands teeming with life.
Cypress Part III: Request Stubbing and Spying
One of Cypress's most compelling features is the ability to stub and spy HTTP requests our web application makes.
Dark Mode: Theme Them All
Dark mode is so in right now that even websites are joining in on the fun. Let's look at how we could leverage the new CSS media query.
Cypress Part II: Configuration
Now that we have added Cypress to our existing SPA, let's have a look at overriding the default configurations.
Cypress Part I: Getting Started
In this new series, we look at how we could include Cypress as part of our testing strategy for our single page applications.
The new version of TypeScript has been released and with it comes optional chaining as well as nullish coalescing!
Cypress: A New Way of Testing UI
Have you ever tested a single page app with Selenium? It can be cumbersome and flaky, Cypress aims to fix those issues.
AnswerCon 2019: Dubrovnik
To celebrate the company's 20th anniversary, we headed to Dubrovnik for some team building activities and a convention about the future of the company.