Introduction to SafeTest – A Netflix-backed Automation Tool

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Get started with SafeTest, a cutting-edge automation testing framework for your web app.

What you’ll learn

  • Developers keen on automating web tasks or testing web applications for diverse browser compatibility.
  • Software Engineers in Test that wish to expand their knowledge in cutting-edge technologies.
  • Software developers that want to test their web applications.
  • Beginners starting in frontend automation testing.


  • Programming experience required, especially with JavaScript.

Who this course is for:

  • Beginners and advanced developers or software developer engineers in test that use JavaScript.


Dive into the world of automated testing with “Introduction to SafeTest,” a course designed for intermediate JavaScript developers keen on exploring Netflix’s SafeTest framework. This course offers a foundational understanding of SafeTest, a versatile tool for executing unit, component, end-to-end, and visual regression testing. Tailored for those with experience in the Node.js ecosystem, it provides a solid introduction to this powerful testing framework without delving too deeply into more advanced topics.

Throughout this course, you will:

  1. Discover the Basics of SafeTest: Learn about the framework’s origins at Netflix, its core principles, and how it fits into the broader landscape of test automation.
  2. Set Up and Configure SafeTest: Get hands-on experience in setting up SafeTest in a Node.js environment, preparing you to integrate it into your own projects.
  3. Write and Execute Tests: Develop skills in writing basic test scripts for different testing types, including unit tests, component tests, end-to-end tests, and visual regression tests.
  4. Best Practices and Common Pitfalls: Learn best practices for using SafeTest effectively and how to avoid common mistakes that new users often encounter.

This course is perfect for software developers, test engineers, and QA professionals with a background in JavaScript and Node.js, who are looking to expand their testing toolkit with SafeTest. By the end of this course, you’ll have a solid foundation in SafeTest, enabling you to confidently start implementing this framework in your testing processes.

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