Cypress

An end-to-end testing framework for Javascript 🛠️

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Fast, easy and reliable testing for anything that runs in a browser. Install Cypress in seconds and take the pain out of front-end testing.

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11 Reviews5.0/5

Cypress is pretty awesome as it doesn't rely on Selenium, meaning that it's super fast and reliable.

Pros:

Easy to setup and use

Cons:

No cross browser tests: only Chrome

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Amazing testing tool for frontend developers. The cypress team just get's our pain in this area.

Pros:

Easy to use for frontend developers.

Cons:

None!

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Cypress is awesome. It's probably the best e2e testing frameworks that exists. Their liaisons in the community are equally awesome. There's tons of trainings and presentations on the product all the time.

Pros:

Very easy to use. I love the little details. Much better than protractor.

Cons:

Doesn't come built in to angular. :-(

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Cypress.io is the best tool for modern E2E testing, period.

Pros:

Extremely easy to get started, great docs, all batteries included

Cons:

CoffeeScript makes it a bit hard for me personally to follow some interesting bits of Cypress source code - yes, it is OSS by the way!

Definitely the best end to end test framework ! <3 I 'm using it for 15 month now and it is an amazing tool, the documentation is very relevant !
Hi everyone, as part of our ongoing effort to develop the most productive and developer-friendly testing ecosystem, we’re excited to announce GitHub integration for the Cypress Dashboard. Our team has been hard at work developing a feature-rich GitHub App to tightly integrate your Cypress test runs with your day-to-day GitHub workflow via commit status checks and PR comments: https://cypress.io/blog/2019/07/...