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Project Spotlight: Wallaby
This week the spotlight is on Wallaby, a tool for concurrent browser tests in Elixir.
Wallaby is a tool for testing web pages. Wallaby's main goal is to remove guess work when testing complex pages and it achieves this in two distinct ways. The first is that by default Wallaby will only interact with elements that a real user could interact with. The second is that Wallaby manages all blocking and retrying for you. Wallaby encourages this approach with a declarative api. This lets users specify interactions and results in a declarative way and wallaby will handle all of the race conditions under the hood.
Recently the wallaby core team put together a roadmap to get Wallaby to 1.0. This includes improvements to the query engine and moving to headless chrome as the default driver. There are also requests for documentation if you are interested in contributing but not quite ready to dive into the code. All of the tasks are labeled with their type and a relative complexity so there should be something for everyone.
If you can help them out, check out the roadmap and join the #wallaby channel on the elixir-lang Slack.
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