How I solved the Cypress flake when testing Next.js web app on GitHub Actions
You can pass an entire JSON object of values using a single GitHub Actions secret by saving it as cypress.env.json file.
How to scrape the changed blog posts and upload to Algolia.
How to run the tests simply by clicking on a checkbox in the pull request.
How to select the tests to run using the GitHub pull request checkboxes.
Run Cypress tests in parallel with zero configuration by reusing a GitHubActions workflow.
How to run filtered specs and tests faster using cypress-grep plugin.
How to run the modified Cypress.io specs first when using GitHub Actions
How to keep the tests in sync with the features, while keeping them in separate repositories and running CircleCI workflows.
How to keep the tests in sync with the features, while keeping them in separate repositories.
How to test a site deployed to Netlify by starting a GitHub Actions workflow.
Running the same Cypress tests with different browser time zones in parallel
How to run different GitHub workflows depending on the changed files
An example of splitting a GitHub Actions testing workflow into several jobs.
How to deploy versioned documentation site to GitHub Pages using GitHub Actions
Run end-to-end Cypress tests against Vercel preview deploys using GitHub Actions
How to scrape static site from GitHub Action using Algolia.
How to test static sites three times before and after deployment to GitHub pages.
Run Prettier inside a GitHub Action to fix code formatting, quick NPM install with caching inside actions, running end-to-end Cypress tests using custom action.
How to share packaged NPM tgz module on GitHub.
This blog post shows how to configure CircleCI to run Cypress in parallel mode for internal branches, while only use a single machine to run Cypress tests for external pull requests.
How to require private NPM modules straight from GitHub without publishing them to NPM.
How Cypress, Zeit Now GitHub app and Renovate app play well together to give you well tested PRs and keep your dependencies up to date with zero effort.