Following all my geeky posts about working with the latest and greatest Ionic, I thought it was worth mentioning that my latest mobile app has finally landed with a stable release in the app stores.Continue reading
Another slightly niche tip on end-to-end testing with the latest Ionic – 4.x stable as of this post. Maybe it’s obvious to more seasoned JS testers, but I struggled to find all the info in one place to successfully implement a test that needs to scroll content in an Ionic app. (I would assume a similar approach will also work when using Protractor with any other modern Angular app.)
The specific scenario? You’ve got a ‘thing’ your test needs to click, but it’s a scroll / drag away. It might technically be in the viewport, but below something else, like Ionic’s tab bar. Seems like a relatively common occurrence, and one that should be simple to deal with in your test.Continue reading
Just a quick update following my previous post about using this Cordova Facebook plugin neatly with Cordova & AngularJS: unfortunately it seems EasyFB no longer supports the plugin because the plugin’s creators have decided to change the API and drop the previous transparent compatibility with Facebook’s JS SDK.