The quality of the UI can make or break a web application. The first impression the user gets is crucial and you may never get a second chance. UI testing has become an increasingly important part of application development. UI testing is the process of verifying aspects of a program that a user will come into contact with. But what methods or techniques should you use to maximize the efficiency of your testing? In this article, you’ll learn about UI testing best practices that you can start using today. Let’s begin.
Using the value property is the most common way of getting the value of an input element. This property always returns a string, even when the input value is a number. So, when processing a number form field, we often have to use parseInt() or parseFloat(). Not many developers know that input elements with type="number" have an additional property that we can take advantage of to cut the parseInt()/parseFloat() step.
While the regex syntax might appear daunting at first, once you get the hang of it, you can accomplish tasks that would otherwise require dozens of lines of code. In this article, we’ll look at four new regex features in ECMAScript that help web developers write less error-prone and more efficient code.