When comparing Nightwatch.js vs Cypress, the Slant community recommends Cypress for most people. Questions: Which of the 2 tools do you find better and why?
Originally published by Mykhailo Churilov (Mikki Kobvel) on September 28th 2017 @kobvelMykhailo Churilov (Mikki Kobvel) No matter what you build you will be faced with the question of optimizing your testing by automating its parts or the whole experience. It uses the W3C WebDriver API to drive browsers in order to perform commands and assertions on DOM elements. help. Cypress is only supported with Chrome browsers so I won't be able to use that, and Protractor seems more geared towards testing of Angular applications.
It is possible to do it on your own with Docker images, but this involves additional effort. What is Nightwatchjs? Nightwatch.js + Testissimo vs Cypress.io. I started my first job as software developer a week ago and we are using Cypress as testing. I'm now the one writing test for our software and I already love Cypress. It should be mentioned though that v4.2.16 has an incompatibility with at least tap v7.1.2: stdout/stderr written during a run gets lost.
Nightwatchjs vs WebdriverIO: What are the differences? The combination of Nightwatch.js and Testissimo has all Cypress.io's best features, but without their cons. Nightwatch.js is an integrated, easy to use End-to-End testing solution for web applications and websites, written in Node.js. Cypress.io vs Protractor: e2e testing battle.