End-to-end testing (E2E) isn’t just another test to automate. Instead, it’s a method to test your product in ways that approximate real-world use cases from the perspective of your users and customers. When 81% of companies compete on customer experience alone, E2E testing is more than a testing framework—it’s a customer experience framework. Understanding how to plan, execute, and optimize your E2E testing strategy is key to testing from your user’s perspective
this guide will show you:
How E2E testing can positively impact customer experience
Why performing E2E tests has become more complex
The questions to ask when planning E2E tests
How to approach your application’s test coverage
The quality signals to listen to when optimizing your strategy
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