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Testing Tools Ratios Over Time

Jest
Mocha
Storybook
Cypress
Puppeteer
Testing Library
Playwright
WebdriverIO
Vitest
Selenium
TestCafe
Mock Service Worker

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80%
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2023
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Testing Tools Experience & Sentiment

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1

74.3%
21.1%
4.6%
19,682
2

52.1%
34.4%
13.5%
19,762
3

47.1%
40%
12.9%
19,713
4

45.4%
41.4%
13.1%
19,675
5

40.1%
25.7%
34.3%
19,636

Experience

  • Used it: Respondents who have used an item.
  • Heard of it: Respondents who have heard about an item, but haven't used it.
  • Never heard of it: Respondents who have never heard about an item.

Sentiment

  • Positive: Respondents who are interested in learning more about a technology; or are willing to use it again.
  • Neutral: Responents who did not indicate any sentiment about a technology.
  • Negative: Respondents who are not interested in learning more about a technology; or have used it and had a negative experience.
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tools.testing_others

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8%
16%
24%
32%
40%
1

76
2

62
3

35
4

24
5

23
6

22
7

22
8

16
9

12
10

11
11

Other Answers

157
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16%
24%
32%
40%
% of question respondents
We asked members of the JavaScript community to share their “pick of the year”

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quarkstuff

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Testing Tools Happiness

On a scale of 0 (very unhappy) to 4 (very happy), how happy are you with the current state of testing tools?
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Testing Tools Pain Points

What pain points have you encountered when using testing tools?
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75%
1

Mocking

2

Configuration

3

Performance

4

5

ESM & CJS

6

Excessive complexity

7

E2E testing

8

Flakiness

9

TypeScript support

10

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