Tag: E2E

Override SPFx context properties during Playwright E2E tests

While creating new E2E tests for a SharePoint Framework solution, I wanted to test the solution with different permission sets. Usually, when you run your tests, you start these up with a user with the required permissions to run the tests. Instead of creating a new user with different permissions or different sites/pages to perform the tests, I looked into the possibility of overriding the context properties of SPFx.

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Reporting your Playwright tests to Microsoft Teams

When you work in a team that uses Microsoft Teams as its primary communication tool, it can be useful to report your test results directly to a Teams channel. This way, everyone on your team can quickly see the test results and act on them if needed. Show image Playwright test results in Microsoft Teams In this article, I will show you how you can report your Playwright test results to a Microsoft Teams channel.

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End-to-End Test Microsoft 365 Solutions with Playwright

In the past, I have written a couple of articles about end-to-end (E2E) testing your SharePoint/Microsoft Teams solutions with Cypress, Puppeteer, and Playwright. I was a big fan of Cypress, but I must admit that Playwright caught up and became my favorite tool for E2E testing. For me, the most significant advantage of Cypress was the visual UI for running your tests, but the main disadvantage was its use of an iframe, which caused issues for testing SharePoint and Microsoft Teams.

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End-to-End testing your Microsoft Teams solutions with Cypress

For a long time, I was looking for a way to start end-to-end test solutions in Microsoft Teams. The easiest way to start running these tests is against the web experience (https://teams.microsoft.com). That way, we can use tools like Cypress. Another reason to do these E2E tests with Cypress is that internally we use Cypress for all our E2E tests.

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Utilize Playwright together with Jest to cross-browser E2E test your solutions

On my journey to select the best tool for our end-to-end tests for our teams, I tested out the recently announced Playwright tool from Microsoft. This tool is the new version of Puppeteer (as the core team members moved to Microsoft). Info: The benefits of E2E tests are that it validates if your features work (or keep working when implementing changes), and also provides a more code-driven approach of documenting the features and user flows.

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