Test Automation posts
Testing your applications is a fundamental part of any project, whether it is to find errors during development, or to verify the expected behavior of your application in each action that a user may or may not execute.
In this post, you are going to use a simple form and test it using Playwright and C# to verify its operation with both correct and incorrect information, simulating the actions of users.
You will need the following for your development environment:
- a .NET IDE (Visual Studio, VS Code with C# plugin, JetBrains Rider, or any editor of your choice)
- .NET 6 SDK (earlier and newer versions should work too)
- Git CLI
You can create different types of tests to verify your software:
- Unit tests test individual methods and functions of the classes, components, or modules your software uses.
- Integration tests verify that …