This section will discuss the essential best practices for web functional testing with CasperJS.
Our software quality depends on our tests' accuracy. Testing is always good, but if we don't test the software's behavior accurately, we might miss out on some potential problems. To create accurate tests, we must forget about the system and how it works, and we must focus on user interactions.
It might sound obvious but it is not, because most of the time we design and code the system and do not use it (as a standard user) a lot.
Let's consider a typical example of a basic web form. Here is an important thing to know about web forms: users never submit web forms. They actually do the following: