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Frontend tests with codeception

Every developer has made the experience that new changes to a project end up breaking existing code. In a worst-case scenario, these new errors sneak into the production system unnoticed. 
In order to ensure that your website works, ideally before deploying the code, you should implement automated tests. While most developers are very familiar with functional and unit tests, they often shy away from frontend tests. 

I want you show you how easy it can be to set up and run browser-based tests with codeception. This way, you can rest assured that your frontend doesn't break without you noticing.

02.08.2019 15:45 - 16:30 T04 + T05:
Talk Advanced / Basic knowledge Talk Advanced

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