Azure Playwright : La pièce maîtresse du spectacle automatisé

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Rejoignez-nous pour une session Playwright, l'outil qui va révolutionner votre approche de l'automatisation des tests et des interactions avec les navigateurs. Avec Playwright, préparez-vous à briller sur la scène du développement, en offrant des performances exceptionnelles et une facilité d'utilisation inégalée. Dans cette session, nous vous guiderons à travers les bases de Playwright, en vous montrant comment créer des scénarios de test robustes et fiables, sans les tracas habituels. Vous découvrirez comment automatiser des actions complexes dans différents navigateurs, en utilisant un langage de programmation de votre choix. Préparez vous à être ébloui par les fonctionnalités puissantes de Playwright, telles que sa prise en charge multi-navigateurs, sa facilité de débogage et sa documentation exhaustive. Nous partagerons également des conseils et des astuces pour optimiser vos tests et maximiser votre productivité. Que vous soyez un débutant enthousiaste ou un expert curieux, ce spectacle vous donnera un aperçu pratique de Playwright et vous inspirera pour créer des performances dignes d'ovation. Prenez votre ticket et laissez Playwright vous emmener sous les projecteurs de l'automatisation des tests de navigation web !


Adrien Clerbois

Software Craftsman @ Sense of Tech

I have been passionate about computers since I was 12 years old, I wrote my first website with a lot of nested tables at 13 years old and that's when I discovered that computers are within everyone's reach. Since then I have evolved well and I am now Microsoft MVP. I was interested in what is really interesting: "Programming"! I was a consultant at Trasys (now called NRB) where I had fun in the industrial field with renowned companies such as Audi, myShopi, etc... I was an Enterprise Lead Designer at Ingenico and I customize the ePayment platform for international customers requirements such as Carrefour. I'm now at my own and built up my company named Sense of Tech. I love to share, so if you see me, don't hesitate to discuss, as they say: "we learn something new every day".

Christophe Peugnet

Développeur passionné @ sodeasoft

Passionné par les technologies Microsoft depuis 1995 et particulièrement sur le Framework .NET depuis la sortie de Windows Phone en 2011. Récemment, c'est Blazor qui anime mes journées depuis fin 2019 Podcasteur sur depuis 2015 et Microsoft MVP depuis 2014

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