Writing UI tests that are resilient and easy maintainable is hard. Everyone knows that UI tests are slow and flaky but using a few best practices can make the job of implementing and maintaining UI tests a little more easier.

Here are some best practices that we found useful:

  1. use the page object model/robot pattern; this makes the tests easier to understand and update

Written by Bogdan Vazzolla.

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