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Gil Tayar
software developer ⚜ dad ⚜ nodejs and javascript fan ⚜ evangelist & architect at applitools ⚜ test all software! ⚜ and lots of love ❤️
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Gil Tayar 10h
🙏 Thanks, Ivo! I tried in the intro to also explain the philosophy and design behind Cypress. Hope it turned out OK... ☺️
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Gil Tayar 17h
🙏I'm glad you liked it!
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Gil Tayar 20h
With ❤️. 🙏!
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Richard Forjoe Sep 13
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Gil Tayar Sep 14
Very much! I've been using it for the past two years, and like it very much. It's... slick and powerful. (And once you do this course, you'll get to understand that Cypress is *not* better than Selenium. It's just *different*. Both have their uses.)
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Gil Tayar Sep 13
Thank you!
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Gil Tayar Sep 13
This course is a labor of ❤️. ❤️ for Cypress, ❤️ for testing, and ❤️ of the testing community! And, in the words of the wonderful Peter Hammill: "It's a labour of love, I offer to you". And thank you for the amazing editing. Wouldn't be as good without you.
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Gleb Bahmutov Sep 13
I am happy to find out that my friend Gil Tayar has published free "Introduction to Cypress" course on TestAutomationU 🎁 Everyone, start watching and learning now, what a great Friday!
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Gil Tayar Sep 11
Replying to @DanShappir @getify
I know, but using `AbortController` is a huge hassle (as mentioned), and making the fetch go on is really bad, especially if it fails and may then generate an error somewhere. And in the fetch case, fine, but what about other async functions? Cancellation is a mess.
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Gil Tayar Sep 11
Replying to @DanShappir @getify
And, BTW, `fetch` doesn't support timeout! It does in `node-fetch`, but not in the browser (AFAICT).
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Gil Tayar Sep 11
Replying to @DanShappir @getify
True, but you'll still want to cancel each of those concurrent requests, and thus -s point is still valid. And I agree, there is currently no good way to do a timeout, because Promises still have no cancellation mechanism
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Gil Tayar Sep 8
🙏 Thank you! But you know what they say: a show is only as good as its hosts...
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Javier Carrion Sep 8
My favorite quote in a Testing prep morning. "All Software are a Harmony of Bugs" from by definitely should be a t-shirt.
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Reconsidering Cinema Sep 8
Peter Sellers as Richard III Reciting A Hard Day's Night
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Kevin Maes Sep 5
Avoid inattentional blindness when testing (+in life)! shows us how Applitools Eyes uses scoped verification, cloud image comparison and ML for visual validation with improved accuracy! Match options: pixel, strict, content, layout. Cross platform/browser.
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Sarah Drasner Sep 5
Thrilled to finally see one of my heroes, speak about automated testing! If you want to learn more about this, she’s the founder of a free online university !
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Rich Trott Sep 3
"A Journey into Node.js Internals" by . 👍
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Gil Tayar Sep 2
I practice the many small diffs approach daily, but is right. Another problem is a lurking bug, that when found too late, is difficult to revert. But for me, the benefits outweigh the problems. In a major way: they take away most of the fear of deploying.
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Tech Jr Sep 2
Did you know you can follow us on ? Check out our chat with on testing: "An intro to testing with Gil Tayar"
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Gil Tayar Aug 29
Replying to @Qwigwog2
אני, גיל תייר, בן ל-**צונזר-מחמת-פרטיות**, מכריז בזאת שאני תוצר של התניות חברתיות! זה תמיד היה לי ברור, דרך אגב, אבל הנה אני מודיע זאת בריש גלי. ונכון, תמיד מפליא אותי שאנשים חושבים שההתנהגות שלהם היא ״טבעית״ ו-״נכונה״.
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