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Last-Hit vs CodeceptJS: What are the differences?

Developers describe Last-Hit as "Automation testing tool design for all team members". It makes it painless to create automation test cases. It will efficiently record and store the case file, simply provides your website URLs. On the other hand, CodeceptJS is detailed as "Modern End 2 End Testing Framework for NodeJS". It is a modern end to end testing framework with a special BDD-style syntax. The test is written as a linear scenario of user's action on a site. Each test is described inside a Scenario function with I object passed into it.

Last-Hit and CodeceptJS can be primarily classified as "Javascript Testing Framework" tools.

Some of the features offered by Last-Hit are:

  • Record & Replay
  • Extensions
  • CI job

On the other hand, CodeceptJS provides the following key features:

  • Behavior Driven Development
  • Acceptance Testing
  • Data Driven Tests

Last-Hit and CodeceptJS are both open source tools. CodeceptJS with 2.68K GitHub stars and 460 forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than Last-Hit with 13 GitHub stars and 5 GitHub forks.

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What is CodeceptJS?

It is a modern end to end testing framework with a special BDD-style syntax. The test is written as a linear scenario of user's action on a site. Each test is described inside a Scenario function with I object passed into it.

What is Last-Hit?

It makes it painless to create automation test cases. It will efficiently record and store the case file, simply provides your website URLs.
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