Quality is delighting customers
If you are a front-end web developer who uses node.js tools then you know how difficult it is to set up automated in-browser testing for your web app.
To begin with, even installing a testing framework can be challenging. Most existing frameworks require Selenium, which brings JDK and browser plugins with it.
(Credit to xkcd: http://xkcd.com/1742/)
Before you can launch your first test, you also need to set up a test harness, which means dealing with configuration files. Then you'll discover that some parts of the
harness – such as reporting – might be missing and you need to install them separately.
The likelihood to get functional testing in your web app will go down.
The TestCafe framework simply allows you to skip the hassles mentioned above:
Try TestCafe now and tell us what you think on our discussion board.
It would be great if anyone share their opinion when they try it