Wer nutzt diese Software?
Front-End-Entwickler und QA-Ingenieure, die automatisierte Tests schreiben sind müde vom ewigen Testen und haben Kopfschmerzen. Cypress machen Tests für sie schneller, einfacher und viel zuverlässiger.
Durchschnittliche Bewertung45 Bewertungen
- Gesamt 4.7/5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4.8/5
- Kundenservice 4.7/5
- Funktionen 4.6/5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 4.7/5
- Startpreis 99,00 $/Monat
- Kostenlose Version Ja
- Gratis Testen Ja
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- Gegründet 2015
Die hilfreichsten Reviews für Cypress
Bewertet am 19.11.2017
Vorteile: Second-to-none documentation. Open source with a paid model for special services (but the open-source portion is complete). Comes bundled with JQuery, mocha, and a number of other extremely useful libraries. A key point to understand in starting with this software is that all selectors (such as cy.get() ) will keep trying until a timeout is reached. You can do either a positive selector or negate the selector (test for element to not be present in the DOM). This approach is extremely powerful. The selectors themselves, in this case, act sort of like assertions in that tests fail if the selector condition times out. Each subsequent cy.xxxx() command is only executed after the previous cy.xxxx() command completes - either the selection condition is met or it times out, so it's easy to prevent undesirable asynchronous behavior. Assertions are made using Chai, and tests are framed using Mocha syntax. I love that assertions are very English-like. Cypress.io comes with client software that spins up a browser and runs the tests. After the tests complete, you can review DOM snapshots of the test, which provides a way to play the state of the tests back over time. You can write not only unit tests, but full integration and end-to-end tests. I can't say enough good about Cypress.io. I thoroughly enjoy writing tests now, and need no other testing product for the front end.
Nachteile: I've only found one small thing - the way the cy.visit() command is set up. The command is set up like this cy.visit(baseUrl + the url). I would like to see it set up to be cy.visit(host + baseUrl + url).
Bewertet am 3.10.2019
A Must Have Tool
Kommentare: We absolutely love Cypress. Life before using it seems like the stone age. We are consistently pumping out better code and a better experience for our users because of Cypress all while having to manually test less.
Vorteile: Cypress has reduced the amount of manual QA work and dev review and rework that we experience by an incredible amount. It is hard to imagine how we worked before using Cypress. Cypress is very easy to jump in to, but also offers incredibly deep tools to run basically any kind of test you would like to see.
Nachteile: As mentioned above, Cypress can get as complex as you want. We have spent a lot of time setting up tests, which seems like a lot of work in the moment, but the amount of time it saves us down the road more than makes up for it. Sorry, this isn't much of a con...
Bewertet am 24.1.2019
It's the first OSS e2e testing I'm happy to use
Kommentare: I started using it with a personal project. It's a validation library that aims to provide plugins for vanillaJS, vue, react, angular and svelte (at least for now, I guess). I want to see if I can write an easy lib for multiple tools, allowing reuse a lot, while changing the underlying technology. Cypress helps me write e2e tests only once, and run it for every plugin I write. This ensures cross-framework compatibility!
- UI/UX: I'm _extremely_ amazed how intuitive is the test runner. I can check the app's state before and after an action! It helps me to find the best query selector for cypress to access an element. And they help with that with a good documentation about recommendations, best/bad practices, and the hierarchy that cypress uses when deciding what it's the best query selector.
- Fast: Tests run fast. Really fast. At least comparing it with selenium and its forks.
- Reliable: One thing Selenium frustrated me the most was how unreliable was when running tests. Sometimes they passed, sometimes not, but then again passed. Instead, Cypress has _always_ failed/passed tests consistently.
- Friendly: tests are really simple to write. I don't have to write a lot of boilerplate of my own just to wait a page to render and then be able to check if I can click a button, for example.
- It's just JS!
- It doesn't support other browsers than Chrome. Although there's an issue: https://github.com/cypress-io/cypress/issues/310
- It doesn't have a `tab()` function that triggers the tab key. It seems they expect to add it in v4, though. I really didn't use it to tests a big app, so I'm sure there are a lot of things they need to improve. Kudos for the team! Because e2e is not easy!
Bewertet am 23.12.2019
Greate UI testing software
Kommentare: We use cypress to write integrated test cases. Earlier it was very difficult using mocha. But now it is very easy using cypress and we have covered more tests than before.
Vorteile: Cypress is a new revolution in the testing framework softwares. We can easily write integrated test cases using cypress and easily move from one point to another in the pipeline. Play/pause is the best feature.
Nachteile: User interface is not that intuitive. Sometimes it hangs during the sessions and we have to restart from the beginning.
Bewertet am 17.9.2018
A must have testing tool for any web application
A really revolutional tool for web testing.
We have integrated cypress tests with our application deployment pipeline. We couldn't do it before with our Selenium tests because of their flakiness.
Gives full control of your application, allows you to intercept network traffic or mock your application code, which wasn't possible before in any UI testing tool. Makes your tests much faster and more stable.
The dashboard gives quick access to all the screenshots and videos of each test run! Amazing!
Still lacks support for cross browser testing, although I know they are currently working on it.
Has some minor bugs here and there, but there is always a workaround.