How to improve your development experience with Blazor
How to test a Blazor app with Cypress using docker-compose
On my Toss project, I chose to have some end-to-end (e2e). End-to-end test on web project are tests that automate a browsing session on a web browser. Most of the time it works by using API provided by an existing browser (like chrome). Those kind of tests have many drawbacks :
Force you to add ids everywhere on your html code so you can find element on your test code
Are often flaky because some load time might vary between two test run or you can change your front-end code without thinking about the changes needed in the test
Are hard to build first because you can forget some steps, like scroll down or click here.
How I migrated protogen to Blazor
How does Blazor works ? Part 2 : building
This blog post is based on net core sdk 3.0.100-preview5-011568, some stuff might change in the future.
How does Blazor works ? Part 1 : building class from .razor
I started this blog one year ago, I am proud to say that I published 22 blog posts, it’s one every 2.5 weeks, which is a bit under my first goal of one every 2 weeks, but it’s ok. I now have a bit less than 3000 visitors per month, I guess it’s not a lot, but it’s enough to keep me going.