What is CodeceptJS?
It is a modern end to end testing framework with a special BDD-style syntax. The test is written as a linear scenario of user's action on a site. Each test is described inside a Scenario function with I object passed into it.
CodeceptJS is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to CodeceptJS's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses CodeceptJS?
6 companies reportedly use CodeceptJS in their tech stacks, including powercloud, Mister Spex, and DefinedCrowd Stack.
86 developers on StackShare have stated that they use CodeceptJS.
Pros of CodeceptJS
Full browser control
Cross browser support
Decisions about CodeceptJS
Here are some stack decisions, common use cases and reviews by companies and developers who chose CodeceptJS in their tech stack.
Is it acceptable to compare CodeceptJS with Robot Framework? What are the pros and cons for them?
- Behavior Driven Development
- Acceptance Testing
- Data Driven Tests
CodeceptJS Alternatives & Comparisons
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