4 Testing Libraries You Should Use In Your Web Project
Testing is one of the most important things in software development because if there are any bugs or errors in the software, it can be identified early and can be solved before delivery of the software product.
Properly tested software product ensures reliability, security, and high performance which further results in time saving, cost-effectiveness and customer satisfaction.
I am going to share 4 interesting libraries that I use in professional projects, and therefore I consider them to be the best option at the moment to test our web applications.
Mockito is a mocking framework that tastes really good. It lets you write beautiful tests with a clean & simple API. Mockito doesn’t give you a hangover because the tests are very readable, and they produce clean verification errors.
Spectator helps you get rid of all the boilerplate grunt work, leaving you with readable, sleek and streamlined unit tests.
Write tests for components, directives, services, and more, without having to learn TestBed, ComponentFixture, and DebugElement APIs.
Cypress is a next generation front end testing tool built for the modern web. Cypress supports most of the modern applications built on React, Angular and so on.
Cypress is most often compared to Selenium; however, Cypress is both fundamentally and architecturally different. Cypress is not constraining by the same restrictions as Selenium.
There are many testing libraries out there that you can use, these have simply been my recommendation based on opinion. I recommend that you compare them and use the one that best fits your needs.