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Cypress for End-to-End Testing

Course Summary

The Cypress for End-to-End Testing training course teaches students about Cypress, the up and coming framework to write end-to-end tests for web applications. Cypress runs tests against your application running in a real browser, interacting with it as a user would.

The course begins with students learning about the history and benefits of Cypress as well as how to interact with the browser, navigate between pages, and simulate user interactions. Next, students learn how to write Cypress tests and run tests against a small web application in order to fully test it. The course concludes with hands-on learning continuing as students learn how to use the test runner, debugging and validation with Cypress.

A mixture of lectures, ample hands-on exercises, and labs will be used in order to put theory into practice.

Learn how to automate end-to-end testing using Cypress to test an application's overall behavior.
Developers and developer teams needing to learn Cypress for End-to-End Testing.
Q/A - Software Developer - Web Developer
Skill Level
2 Days
Related Technologies
JavaScript | Testing | Web Development


Productivity Objectives
  • Learn how to write and run Cypress tests.
  • Describe the difference between Cypress, Selenium, and other testing frameworks.
  • Validate web applications with Cypress.

What You'll Learn:

In the Cypress for End-to-End Testing training course, you'll learn:
  • What is Cypress?
    • Benefits of using Cypress vs Selenium or Webdriver
  • CY Object
    • How to interact with the browser and navigate between pages
    • How to interact with page content to simulate user interaction (clicks, data entry)
    • Using the element selector
  • The Test Runner
    • Using the test runner to run and replay tests
    • Recording tests results as a video with Cypress
    • Time traveling using test snapshots
  • Debugging Tests
    • Using the browser debugging tools with Cypress
    • Cypress console outputs
  • Validation of a Small Web Application with Cypress
    • Check that expected behavior happens on click
    • Wait for asynchronous data
    • Check that the right text shows up on the screen
    • Check that the right images show up on the screen
“I appreciated the instructor's technique of writing live code examples rather than using fixed slide decks to present the material.”


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