What the best way to simulate the user pressing "enter"? $(element).keypress() doesn't seem to allow me to pass in the actual key that was pressed.  This is for unit testing....
I have seen it so many times where people suggest to use:   browser.ignoreSynchronization=true;  // or false   But I do not understand why do we need it?...
We have a rather big set of end-to-end tests on Protractor. We are following the Page Object pattern which helps us to keep our tests clean and modular. We also have a set of helper functions which help us to follow the DRY principle.  The Problem:...
describe('some test', function(){     // Could put here a shared variable     it('should pass a value', function(done){         done(null, 1);     });     it('and then double it', function(value, done){         console.log(val...
I'm trying to write a simple test for a simple React component, and I want to use Jest to confirm that a function has been called when I simulate a click with enzyme. According to the Jest docs, I should be able to use spyOn to do this: spyOn.  H...
I recently wanted to test that some custom method gets conditionally called in the componentDidMount method of a React component.  componentDidMount() {   if (this.props.initOpen) {     this.methodName();   } }   I'm using Jest as my testing fram...
One of my test expects an error message text to be one of multiple values. Since getText() returns a promise I cannot use toContain() jasmine matcher. The following would not work since protractor (jasminewd under-the-hood) would not resolve a promis...
What is the difference between  executeAsyncScript and executeScript?  How can i use event such as window.onload? I tried something like this   ((JavascriptExecutor) driver).executeAsyncScript("window.onload = function() {alert('Hello')}&...
Simulating a button click seems like a very easy/standard operation. Yet, I can't get it to work in Jest.js tests.   This is what I tried (and also doing it using jquery), but it didn't seem to trigger anything:  import { mount } from 'en...
I'm curious if there exists a method to intentionally slow the page load?  I'm testing my HTML & PHP pages on my local host right now, and I want to see how my loading gif etc will perform when the page load is slower.  I realize this is...

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