How to Install Cypress 10
Set Up & Mounting A Component
Code a component test
Implement A Test Spy
Benefits of using component test
- Knowledge in Cypress
- Knowledge in HTML and CSS
Cypress 10 was just released with one of the most anticipated features that we’ve been looking forward to, which is component testing.
You should always be striving to break down your code into smaller, more manageable chunks. This will not only help you debug issues faster and more easily, but it will also make your code significantly easier to read and understand.
Testing individual components of an application is generally overlooked by software developers. However, this shouldn’t be the case especially when working on larger projects or features that involve a number of different components. Testing the individual components within your application has numerous benefits.
In today’s tutorial, we’re going to learn how to set up component testing, or write some component tests, their benefits, and even learn how to do some spy. Let’s go and learn Cypress 10 component testing.
- Setup Cypress 10 for component testing
- Code a component test
- Implement a test spy
- Benefits of using component tests
Ready to start? Check out the full curriculum and jump into the tutorial.
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Who this course is for:
- Intermediate developers looking to learn component testing using Cypress 10.
2 sections • 10 lectures • 30m total lengthExpand all sections
Introduction1 lecture • 1min
Component Testing with Cypress Tutorial Videos9 lectures • 30min
- Installing Cypress 1002:09
- Setting Up Component Test02:20
- Mounting A Component03:43
- First 2 Tests04:13
- How to Test A Button With A Component Test05:09
- Getting started with Cypress04:10
- Updating Cypress to be robust02:47
- BONUS LECTURE00:16