Front-end integration testing with splinter
I like words. I vastly prefer writing an essay to drawing a picture, writing command line apps to writing GUI apps, and writing back-end API servers to writing front-end interactive web applications.
But what we prefer to do and what we need to get done aren't always the same thing, and even back-end developers will sometimes need to put together a basic interactive front-end, and the related test cases to make sure it keeps working as intended.
Fortunately for us, the
Nick is a CPython core developer, BDFL-Delegate for Python packaging interoperability standards, and a founding member of the PSF's Python Packaging Working Group.
As a member of Red Hat's Platform Engineering team, he works on software supply chain management toooling like release-monitoring.org for Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux.