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- 1. Protractor's Tips & Tricks
- 2. Sergey N. Bolshchikov Developer Advocate @ Wix Creator of js-must-watch list Co-organizer of YouGottaLoveFrontend
- 3. Protractor's Tips & Tricks Heavily Opinionated List
- 4. Protractor e2e testing framework that runs test in a browser interacting as a real user
- 5. Protractor Is not Always Fun
- 6. ● Best Practices ● Tricks ● Performance ● Run & Debug
- 7. Best Practices
- 8. Problem 1 Unknown window size when the browser is opened
- 9. Solution 1 Set the required window size before every test
- 10. Solution 1
- 11. Problem 2 Small change in html can many changes in tests
- 12. Solution 2 Page Object and Page Fragments that introduce additional level of abstraction
- 13. Problem 3 Changing html structure (tags/classes) will break tests
- 14. Solution 3
- 15. Solution 3
- 16. Solution 3
- 17. Problem 4 Complicated tests with many checks are hard to read
- 18. Solution 4
- 19. Problem 5 Many tests lead to hairy long and complicated test structure
- 20. Solution 5
- 21. Tips & Tricks
- 22. Problem 1 Sharing values between tests
- 23. Solution 1
- 24. Problem 2 Setting a new value in tag
- 25. Solution 2
- 26. Problem 3 Classical click is simple but how about right mouse button click?
- 27. Solution 3
- 28. Problem 4 Still can’t find a protractor method that fits your purposes?
- 29. Solution 4
- 30. Problem 5 Testing non-angular application with protractor?
- 31. Problem 6 Tests are good but don’t pass in IE
- 32. Performance
- 33. Problem One and Only Running e2e tests takes too much time
- 34. Solution 1 Use sharding configuration for running several browser instances
- 35. Solution 1
- 36. Solution 1 Note: sharding is per file so create several testing files
- 37. Solution 2 Disable ng-animate and css animations
- 38. Solution 3 The right balance between amount of s and s
- 39. Run & Debugging
- 40. Problem 1 Hard to debug the test
- 41. Solution 1 Integration with IDE such as Intellij/Webstorm
- 42. Problem 2 Something is wrong and you have no idea why
- 43. Solution 2 Interactive REPL Element explorer
- 44. Solution 2
- 45. Solution 2 Elementor
- 46. Problem 3 Run in CI in all major browsers
- 47. Solution 3 Use Sauce Labs with credentials specified directly in protractor config file.
- 48. Solution 3
- 49. Thanks! http://bolshchikov.net http://blog.bolshchikov.net http://il.linkedin.com/in/bolshchikov http://github.com/bolshchikov

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