UI Testing with Puppeteer

UI Testing with Puppeteer

eBook Details:

  • Paperback: 316 pages
  • Publisher: WOW! eBook (March 11, 2021)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 180020678X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1800206786

eBook Description:

UI Testing with Puppeteer: Write fail-safe automation tests, device emulation, and browser automation using Puppeteer’s Google-powered API

Puppeteer is an open source web automation library created by Google to perform tasks such as end-to-end testing, performance monitoring, and task automation with ease. Using real-world use cases, this book will take you on a pragmatic journey, helping you to learn Puppeteer and implement best practices to take your automation code to the next level!

Starting with an introduction to headless browsers, this book will take you through the foundations of browser automation, showing you how far you can get using Puppeteer to automate Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. You’ll then learn the basics of end-to-end testing and understand how to create reliable tests. You’ll also get to grips with finding elements using CSS selectors and XPath expressions. As you progress through the chapters, the focus shifts to more advanced browser automation topics such as executing JavaScript code inside the browser. You’ll learn various use cases of Puppeteer, such as mobile devices or network speed testing, gauging your site’s performance, and using Puppeteer as a web scraping tool.

  • Understand browser automation fundamentals
  • Explore end-to-end testing with Puppeteer and its best practices
  • Apply CSS Selectors and XPath expressions to web automation
  • Discover how you can leverage the power of web automation as a developer
  • Emulate different use cases of Puppeteer such as network speed tests and geolocation
  • Get to grips with techniques and best practices for web scraping and web content generation

By the end of this UI Testing with Puppeteer book, you’ll have learned how to make the most of Puppeteer’s API and be able to apply it in your real-world projects.


2 Responses

  1. Steve Ajokes says:

    I get the following message:
    The owner of this file limited the access to this file for free users.
    To continue you need to get the Turbo-access
    Will this always be the case?

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