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I have been hearing about “no-code” solutions for a while but never had the chance to use one. The concept is interesting because programming is usually a barrier for the average person. If they are not required to code, many more people would be able to develop digital and automated solutions to their problems.
Let’s say I want to create a website with a curated list of local clubs and other infrastructures that promote a high quality of life.
In 2018 I started listing my new year resolutions. After school you’re pretty much on your own. If you don’t set yourself some goals the years will go by in a blink and your routine takes control of your life.
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This is a collection of simple and recurring scenarios when writing Cypress tests. For more complex recipes, check the official doc.
- Abort cypress after first failed test
- Read a test file from fixtures
- Assert the text of a page (string or number)
- Assert the number of elements selected
- Assert the result of two Cypress commands
- Upload a file
- Given a list, return row that contains specific text
- Selector is flaky due to page redesigns
- Type text into input field and press enter
- Select element inside iframe
- Use selector X to narrow down area, and then use selector Y to find element
- Wait until a network (ie. HTTP/XHR) request resolves
- Wait until a condition becomes true
- Force a specific response to an HTTP request