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Gbolahan Olagunju
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Feb 27, 2020 ⋅ 3 min read

Writing reusable end-to-end tests with TestCafe

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2 Replies to "Writing reusable end-to-end tests with TestCafe"

  1. On the fence between using TestCafe vs Cypress, can you share how LogRocket chose TestCafe vs other test frameworks?

  2. @Alex nowhere in the article was it said that Testcafe is the Framework of choice for LogRocket also Cypress predominantly works in chrome whereas tescafe can work in multiple browsers, among other things.

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