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Development and testing trends, how-tos, and guides from the Reflect community.
End-to-end Testing
How-tos & Guides
8 min read
Comparing screenshots in Cypress
Learn how to detect visual regressions using Cypress alongside the cypress-image-diff plugin.
End-to-end Testing
How-tos & Guides
7 min read
Accessing a new window in Cypress tests
Out of the box, Cypress lacks support for testing across multiple tabs and multiple windows. In this article we'll cover some workarounds that will allow you to successfully test multi-window and multi-tab scenarios in Cypress.
End-to-end Testing
How-tos & Guides
6 min read
Strategies for handling async code in Cypress
Learn how to factor Cypress tests to handle asynchronous behavior within the application under test.
End-to-end Testing
How-tos & Guides
6 min read
Installing ChromeDriver and Python Selenium
A step-by-step guide for installing and running Selenium tests in Python that use the Chrome WebDriver.
End-to-end Testing
How-tos & Guides
8 min read
Everything you need to know about NoSuchElementException in Selenium
Learn how to deal with NoSuchElementException and other common Selenium WebDriver exceptions.
End-to-end Testing
How-tos & Guides
9 min read
Interacting with iframes in Selenium
Essential tips and tricks for building Selenium tests for any variant of iframe.
End-to-end Testing
How-tos & Guides
7 min read
Building tests with Cypress Studio
Learn the advantages and disadvantages of Cypress Studio, a record-and-playback tool that's an experimental extension to Cypress.
End-to-end Testing
How-tos & Guides
8 min read
Writing end-to-end tests in Node.js using Selenium
This tutorial demonstrates how to write end-to-end tests in Node.js using Selenium. At the end of this tutorial, you will learn how to set up Selenium WebDriver with Node and have it run tests in the Chrome web browser.
End-to-end Testing
How-tos & Guides
8 min read
Interacting with native alerts using Selenium WebDriver
Learn how to deal with alert(), prompt(), confirm() and other browser alerts with Selenium WebDriver.
Front-end Development
How-tos & Guides
7 min read
Sending command-line arguments to an npm script
Node is a popular open-source JavaScript runtime environment for efficiently executing JavaScript code on the server. Node can also be configured to run your own JavaScript code as scripts on the command line.

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