Using Next.js + Playwright + GitHub Actions to Make a To-Do Appby@kantarci
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Using Next.js + Playwright + GitHub Actions to Make a To-Do App

by Burak Kantarcı7mAugust 4th, 2022
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Next.js, Playwright, GitHub Actions, and Foresight create an E2E stack for a web application. The project is a boilerplate to demonstrate the usage of modern stacks together. All external tooling is free; therefore, you don’t need to pay anything to try this stack. We will implement JUnit so that we can generate a test report. The result will be a comprehensive Todo app with APIs and tests with GitHub Actions enabled. See the repository: <https://://github.com/burakkantarci/playwright-todo-app>

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