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- Test Engineer with extensive experience as an Automation and Manual QA, 8+ years in the IT industry - Expertise in bug’s life cycle, roles and activities in project team, positive/negative tests, smoke-testing, GUI, cross-browser, compatibility, black-box, white-box, gray-box, functional, non-functional, unit testing, regression testing, Mobile cross-browser testing, Mobile app testing - Experienced in the creation of test plans, test cases, test suites, checklists, and bug reports. - Knowledge of Test Design techniques. - Understanding of SDLC, methodologies, and the difference between types of testing. - Hands-on experience in mobile application testing on IOS and Android operating systems. - Hands-on experience using emulators for Android and IOS, e.g., Blue Stack. - Hands-on experience with Cypress Automation (JS) - Hands-on experience with Java Selenium WebDriver Automation - Experienced in working with cross-functional teams and collaborating with developers and stakeholders.

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Last Updated: 4 Jul 2023

- 5+ years of professional experience. - Automation testing with JavaScript, Cypress and SeleniumIDE. - Bug’s life cycle, roles and activities in project team, positive/negative tests, smoke-testing, GUI, cross-browser, compatibility, black-box, gray-box, functional, non- functional, regression testing. Experience in manual mobile application testing on IOS and Android operating systems. - Performance testing (load and stress) using JMeter. - Creation of test plans, test cases, test suite, checklists, bug reports. - Knowledge of Test Design technics. - Understanding of SDLC, methodologies and the difference between types of testing. - Upper-Intermediate English. - Available ASAP

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Last Updated: 26 Mar 2024

Software Engineer with over 4 years of experience in Automation QA, proficient in designing and executing test cases and scripts. Skilled in performance testing and adept with a variety of testing methodologies including functional, regression, API, and system integration. Holds a Bachelor's in IT and Cybersecurity and proficient in JavaScript, TypeScript, and C#. Demonstrates strong knowledge of SDLC, STLC, and adept with tools like Cypress, Selenium, and Jenkins. Experienced in working within Scrum and KanBan environments, committed to delivering quality software solutions.

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Soft skills of a Cypress Developer

Soft skills are crucial for a Cypress Developer as they contribute to effective communication, collaboration, and problem-solving. Here are the essential soft skills for a Cypress Developer at different experience levels:


  • Attention to Detail: Paying close attention to the details in test scripts and identifying potential issues or bugs.
  • Adaptability: Being flexible and open to learning new technologies and frameworks to adapt to changing project requirements.
  • Teamwork: Working well with colleagues, participating actively in team discussions, and contributing to a positive team dynamic.
  • Time Management: Efficiently managing tasks and deadlines to ensure timely delivery of high-quality test scripts.
  • Problem-Solving: Analyzing and resolving issues encountered during test development and debugging.


  • Communication: Effectively communicating test results, issues, and progress to both technical and non-technical stakeholders.
  • Leadership: Taking ownership of testing initiatives, guiding junior team members, and providing mentorship when needed.
  • Critical Thinking: Evaluating complex scenarios and designing efficient test strategies to ensure comprehensive coverage.
  • Collaboration: Collaborating with developers, designers, and other stakeholders to ensure seamless integration of tests into the development process.
  • Creativity: Thinking outside the box to identify innovative approaches to testing and improving test coverage.
  • Continuous Learning: Keeping up-to-date with industry trends, emerging technologies, and best practices in test automation.
  • Problem Solving: Demonstrating strong analytical skills to identify and resolve complex technical issues.


  • Strategic Thinking: Developing long-term test automation strategies aligned with project goals and business objectives.
  • Project Management: Efficiently managing testing efforts, coordinating resources, and ensuring timely delivery of high-quality test scripts.
  • Mentorship: Providing guidance, support, and mentoring to junior and middle-level developers to foster their professional growth.
  • Stakeholder Management: Effectively managing relationships with project stakeholders, including clients, product owners, and development teams.
  • Quality Advocacy: Promoting a culture of quality within the development team and advocating for best practices in test automation.
  • Decision-Making: Making informed decisions regarding test coverage, prioritization, and resource allocation.
  • Continuous Improvement: Identifying areas for improvement and implementing initiatives to enhance the overall testing process.
  • Technical Leadership: Demonstrating expertise in test automation frameworks, tools, and technologies.

Expert/Team Lead

  • Strategic Planning: Developing and executing long-term test automation strategies at an organizational level.
  • Team Management: Leading and managing a team of Cypress Developers, providing guidance and support to maximize their potential.
  • Innovation: Driving innovation in test automation by exploring new tools, frameworks, and methodologies.
  • Business Acumen: Understanding the business context and aligning test automation efforts with organizational goals.
  • Collaboration: Collaborating with cross-functional teams to establish testing standards and best practices.
  • Quality Assurance: Ensuring the overall quality of the testing process and promoting a culture of continuous improvement.
  • Technical Expertise: Demonstrating deep knowledge and expertise in Cypress, test automation, and related technologies.
  • Problem Solving: Resolving complex technical issues and providing guidance to team members in troubleshooting.
  • Decision Making: Making strategic decisions regarding test automation architecture, tool selection, and process improvements.
  • Communication: Effectively communicating test automation strategies, progress, and results to executive stakeholders.
  • Leadership: Inspiring and motivating the team, setting clear goals, and driving them towards success.

Cases when Cypress does not work

  1. Unsupported Browsers: Cypress does not support Internet Explorer (IE) and Opera browsers. It is designed to work with modern browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and Edge. If your application requires testing on IE or Opera, you will need to consider alternative testing frameworks.
  2. Mobile Testing: Cypress primarily focuses on web application testing and does not provide native support for mobile testing. If you need to test your application on mobile devices, you will have to explore other tools specifically designed for mobile testing, such as Appium or Selenium WebDriver.
  3. File Uploads: Cypress does not support file uploads directly. Due to browser security restrictions, Cypress cannot interact with the file upload dialog box. However, there are workarounds available using third-party libraries or custom scripts to handle file uploads in Cypress.
  4. Pop-up Windows: Cypress does not have built-in support for handling pop-up windows or new browser tabs. Interacting with pop-ups may require additional workarounds or custom code to switch between windows and perform actions within them.
  5. External Resources: If your web application heavily relies on external resources like iFrames, cross-origin APIs, or third-party integrations, Cypress may face limitations in interacting with these resources. You may need to modify your application or consider alternative testing approaches.
  6. Performance Testing: While Cypress is excellent for functional testing, it may not be the ideal choice for performance testing or load testing scenarios. If you specifically require performance testing capabilities, you might need to use tools like JMeter or Gatling in conjunction with Cypress.

TOP 15 Facts about Cypress

  • Cypress is an open-source end-to-end testing framework for web applications.
  • It was developed by Brian Mann in 2013 and later released as an open-source project in 2014.
  • One of the key features of Cypress is its ability to run tests directly in the browser, allowing for faster test execution and easier debugging.
  • Unlike traditional testing frameworks that rely on Selenium WebDriver, Cypress operates directly within the browser and has access to the same runtime context as the application being tested.
  • Cypress uses a JavaScript-based syntax for writing tests, making it accessible to developers with knowledge of JavaScript.
  • It provides a comprehensive set of APIs and utilities for interacting with elements, making it easy to simulate user interactions and assert on the application’s behavior.
  • Cypress allows for real-time reloading of tests, enabling developers to see the test results and debug issues as they write the tests.
  • It has built-in support for network stubbing and mocking, allowing developers to simulate different network conditions and responses during testing.
  • Cypress provides detailed and interactive test reports, including screenshots and videos of the test execution, making it easier to analyze test failures.
  • It offers a wide range of plugins and extensions that can be used to enhance the testing capabilities and integrate with other tools and frameworks.
  • Cypress supports various test runners and continuous integration (CI) systems, making it suitable for integration into the development workflow.
  • It has a large and active community of developers who contribute to the project, provide support, and share best practices.
  • Cypress is widely adopted by companies of all sizes, including major tech giants like Microsoft, Google, and Netflix.
  • It has a growing ecosystem of integrations with popular frameworks and libraries, such as React, Angular, and Vue.js.
  • Cypress is continuously improving and evolving, with regular updates and new features being released to address the needs of the developer community.

TOP 10 Cypress Related Technologies

  • JavaScript

    JavaScript is the most fundamental language used in Cypress software development. It is a versatile, high-level programming language that allows developers to create dynamic and interactive web applications. With its wide adoption and extensive community support, JavaScript is an essential skill for Cypress developers.

  • React

    React is a popular JavaScript framework used in Cypress development. It provides a component-based architecture, allowing developers to build reusable UI components. With its virtual DOM and efficient rendering, React enables faster and more efficient web application development.

  • Node.js

    Node.js is a runtime environment that allows developers to run JavaScript on the server-side. It provides a non-blocking, event-driven model, making it ideal for building scalable and high-performance server applications. Cypress developers often utilize Node.js for server-side logic and API integrations.

  • Cypress

    Cypress itself is a powerful end-to-end testing framework specifically designed for modern web applications. It offers a comprehensive set of features, including a simple and intuitive API, real-time reloading, and automatic waiting. Cypress simplifies the testing process and provides robust test coverage for Cypress software development.

  • TypeScript

    TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript that adds static typing to the language. It enhances developer productivity by catching errors during development and providing better code documentation. With its strong typing system, TypeScript is increasingly adopted in Cypress development projects.

  • Webpack

    Webpack is a module bundler that allows developers to bundle and optimize their JavaScript code. It provides a streamlined workflow, enabling Cypress developers to manage dependencies, optimize file sizes, and enhance performance. Webpack is widely used in Cypress software development to bundle the application code for production.

  • Git

    Git is a distributed version control system that enables developers to track and manage changes to their codebase. It facilitates collaboration, code review, and seamless integration with various development workflows. Cypress developers rely on Git for efficient code management and version control.

TOP 15 Tech facts and history of creation and versions about Cypress Development

  • Cypress Development is a JavaScript-based end-to-end testing framework that was created in 2014 by Brian Mann, Drew Lanham, and Gleb Bahmutov.
  • Cypress follows the “Test Runner” methodology, which means it runs directly in the browser and allows developers to test their applications in real-time.
  • The first public version of Cypress, v0.0.1, was released in 2015, and since then, it has gained significant popularity among developers worldwide.
  • One of the groundbreaking features of Cypress is its ability to automatically reload the page whenever changes are made to the test code, eliminating the need for manual refreshes.
  • Cypress provides a robust and comprehensive API for interacting with the application under test, enabling developers to perform various actions and assertions easily.
  • With Cypress, developers can write tests using various programming languages like JavaScript, TypeScript, and CoffeeScript.
  • Cypress offers a unique feature called “Time Travel,” allowing developers to see what happens at each step of the test execution, making it easier to debug and troubleshoot.
  • One of the key advantages of Cypress is its ability to run tests in parallel, significantly reducing the overall test execution time.
  • Cypress has a vibrant community that actively contributes to its development, creating numerous plugins and integrations to enhance its functionality.
  • In 2020, Cypress introduced a new feature called “Component Testing,” enabling developers to write isolated tests for individual components of their application.
  • Cypress supports modern web technologies like React, Angular, Vue.js, and more, making it suitable for testing a wide range of applications.
  • The Cypress Dashboard is a powerful tool that provides insights into test runs, including video recordings, screenshots, and detailed logs, facilitating collaboration and debugging.
  • Cypress has an extensive documentation website that offers comprehensive guides, tutorials, and examples, making it easy for developers to get started with the framework.
  • The latest stable version of Cypress, as of September 2021, is v7.7.0, which includes various improvements and bug fixes compared to its previous versions.
  • Cypress is an open-source project with an active GitHub repository, where developers can contribute, report issues, and suggest enhancements to the framework.

Pros & cons of Cypress

8 Pros of Cypress

  • Cypress provides fast and reliable test execution. It runs directly in the browser and can perform actions like clicking, typing, and navigating without any external dependencies, resulting in speedy test execution.
  • With its built-in automatic waiting and retrying mechanism, Cypress ensures that tests are stable and reliable. It waits for the application to reach the expected state before executing the next command, reducing flakiness in tests.
  • Cypress offers an intuitive and easy-to-use API, making it accessible for both beginners and experienced developers. Its clear syntax allows for writing tests in a simple and concise manner.
  • One of the standout features of Cypress is its powerful and interactive test runner. It provides real-time reloading, instant feedback, and detailed error messages, making it easier to debug and troubleshoot failing tests.
  • Integration with popular testing frameworks like Mocha and Chai allows developers to leverage their existing knowledge and tools, making the transition to Cypress seamless.
  • Cypress provides excellent support for end-to-end testing, enabling developers to simulate real user interactions and cover multiple scenarios. It can handle complex workflows and interactions, making it ideal for testing web applications.
  • With its ability to capture screenshots and videos during test execution, Cypress facilitates effective debugging and reporting. It helps in identifying issues visually and provides valuable evidence for bug reports.
  • One of the key advantages of Cypress is its extensive and active community support. The Cypress community actively contributes to plugins, extensions, and helpful resources, making it easier to find solutions and share knowledge.

8 Cons of Cypress

  • Cypress only supports testing in the browser, which limits its scope to web applications. It cannot be used for testing native mobile applications or desktop applications.
  • As Cypress runs in the browser, it requires a modern browser environment to execute tests. This may lead to compatibility issues with older browsers or specific browser configurations.
  • Cypress tests can be slower when dealing with large datasets or complex scenarios. The setup and teardown time for each test can impact overall execution time.
  • While Cypress provides excellent debugging capabilities, it may require additional effort to set up debugging in certain scenarios, especially when running tests in a headless mode.
  • Although Cypress has a growing community, it may not have the same level of adoption as other testing frameworks like Selenium. This can result in fewer online resources and tutorials compared to more established tools.
  • Cypress requires a good understanding of JavaScript and web technologies to effectively write and maintain tests. Beginners with limited programming knowledge may face a steeper learning curve.
  • As Cypress is a relatively new tool, it may lack some advanced features or integrations that are available in more mature testing frameworks. However, the Cypress team actively works on adding new features and improving the tool.
  • Cypress may not be the best choice for projects with tight deadlines or frequent changes to the underlying technology stack. The learning curve and setup time may impact initial productivity.

Let’s consider Difference between Junior, Middle, Senior, Expert/Team Lead developer roles.

Seniority NameYears of experienceResponsibilities and activitiesAverage salary (USD/year)
Junior0-2 yearsAssisting senior developers in coding and testing, bug fixing, and maintenance tasks. Learning and gaining experience in various programming languages and technologies.$50,000 – $70,000
Middle2-5 yearsDeveloping software features, participating in code reviews, and collaborating with cross-functional teams. Taking ownership of specific modules or components within a project.$70,000 – $90,000
Senior5-10 yearsLeading the development of complex software systems, designing and implementing software architecture, mentoring junior developers, and providing technical guidance and expertise to the team.$90,000 – $120,000
Expert/Team Lead10+ yearsLeading a team of developers, coordinating project timelines and deliverables, making strategic technical decisions, and driving innovation and best practices. Acting as a subject matter expert and providing guidance to the organization.$120,000 – $150,000+

What are top Cypress instruments and tools?

  • Cypress PSoC 4: The PSoC 4 is a programmable system-on-chip (SoC) that provides a flexible and scalable platform for designing a wide range of applications. It was introduced by Cypress in 2013 and has since become popular in industries such as consumer electronics, industrial automation, and automotive.
  • Cypress Traveo: The Traveo is a family of automotive microcontrollers developed by Cypress. These microcontrollers are designed to meet the stringent requirements of the automotive industry, including high reliability, advanced security features, and low power consumption. The Traveo series has gained recognition for its performance and has been used in applications such as instrument clusters, body control modules, and advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS).
  • Cypress EZ-USB FX3: The EZ-USB FX3 is a USB 3.0 peripheral controller that enables high-speed data transfer between a USB host and a peripheral device. It was released in 2011 and has been widely adopted in various industries for applications such as video streaming, data acquisition, and industrial automation. The FX3 stands out for its flexibility, allowing developers to implement custom firmware and drivers to meet specific requirements.
  • Cypress WICED: WICED, short for Wireless Internet Connectivity for Embedded Devices, is a platform developed by Cypress for building IoT (Internet of Things) applications. It provides a comprehensive ecosystem of development tools, software libraries, and hardware modules to simplify the integration of wireless connectivity into embedded systems. The WICED platform supports various wireless protocols, including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Zigbee.
  • Cypress CapSense: CapSense is a touch-sensing technology developed by Cypress that enables the design of touch-sensitive interfaces for various applications. It utilizes a combination of capacitive sensing and advanced algorithms to accurately detect touch inputs. CapSense has gained widespread adoption in consumer electronics, home appliances, and automotive applications due to its high reliability and sensitivity.
  • Cypress PSoC Creator: PSoC Creator is an integrated development environment (IDE) specifically designed for Cypress’ PSoC family of microcontrollers. It provides a graphical interface for designing, configuring, and debugging PSoC-based systems. With its drag-and-drop components and automatic code generation, PSoC Creator simplifies the development process and allows for rapid prototyping and customization.

How and where is Cypress used?

Case NameCase Description
E2E TestingCypress is widely used for End-to-End (E2E) testing of web applications. It provides a fast and reliable way to simulate user interactions and validate the behavior of the application across different browsers and devices. With its intuitive syntax and powerful API, Cypress allows developers to write and execute tests effortlessly, making it an ideal choice for automating E2E testing workflows.
Continuous IntegrationCypress seamlessly integrates with popular continuous integration (CI) tools like Jenkins, CircleCI, and Travis CI. It enables developers to run automated tests as part of their CI/CD pipelines, ensuring that each code change is thoroughly tested before deployment. Cypress’s parallelization capabilities and built-in video recording feature make it a valuable asset for teams practicing continuous integration.
Visual Regression TestingCypress can be leveraged for visual regression testing, which involves comparing screenshots of an application before and after code changes to detect any unintended visual discrepancies. By integrating Cypress with visual regression testing tools like Percy or Applitools, developers can easily identify visual bugs and ensure consistent UI across different versions of the application.
Performance TestingCypress allows developers to measure and analyze the performance of web applications. By leveraging its network stubbing and time-travel debugging features, developers can simulate various network conditions and identify performance bottlenecks. Cypress also integrates with performance testing tools like Lighthouse and WebPageTest to provide comprehensive performance insights.
Accessibility TestingCypress can be utilized for accessibility testing to ensure that web applications are compliant with accessibility standards and guidelines. With its support for accessibility testing libraries like Axe-core, developers can easily identify and fix accessibility issues such as missing alt attributes, improper heading structures, and keyboard navigation problems.
Data Mocking and StubbingCypress provides powerful mocking and stubbing capabilities, allowing developers to simulate different data scenarios during testing. This enables them to test edge cases, handle error conditions, and ensure the robustness of their application. With Cypress, developers can easily stub network requests, intercept and modify responses, and create custom data fixtures.
Debugging and TroubleshootingCypress offers an extensive debugging and troubleshooting toolkit that makes it easier for developers to identify and fix issues in their code. Its real-time reloading, time-travel debugging, and interactive test runner features enable developers to quickly pinpoint the root cause of failures and iterate on their code. Cypress also provides detailed error messages and stack traces for easier bug diagnosis.
Cross-Browser TestingCypress supports cross-browser testing, allowing developers to validate the compatibility of their web applications across different browsers and versions. With its built-in browser support, developers can run tests on popular browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and Edge without any additional setup. Cypress also provides consistent APIs across different browsers, eliminating the need for browser-specific code.

Hard skills of a Cypress Developer

Hard skills of a Cypress Developer:


  • Basic knowledge of JavaScript: Understanding of JavaScript syntax, variables, data types, and functions.
  • Experience with HTML and CSS: Familiarity with HTML tags, attributes, and CSS selectors.
  • Understanding of DOM manipulation: Ability to interact with elements on a web page using JavaScript.
  • Knowledge of Cypress basics: Understanding of Cypress architecture, commands, and assertions.
  • Debugging skills: Ability to identify and fix common issues in Cypress tests.


  • Advanced JavaScript knowledge: Proficiency in working with JavaScript frameworks and libraries.
  • Experience with test automation: Ability to design and implement automated test scripts using Cypress.
  • Understanding of test frameworks: Knowledge of testing concepts and frameworks such as Mocha or Jest.
  • API testing: Ability to test APIs using Cypress and handle requests and responses.
  • CI/CD integration: Experience in integrating Cypress tests into continuous integration and deployment pipelines.
  • Performance testing: Familiarity with load testing tools and techniques to assess application performance.
  • Version control: Proficiency in using Git for version control and collaboration.


  • Expert-level JavaScript skills: Mastery in using JavaScript to develop complex applications.
  • Architectural design: Ability to design and implement scalable and maintainable test automation frameworks.
  • End-to-end testing: Experience in writing end-to-end tests covering multiple components and systems.
  • Accessibility testing: Knowledge of accessibility standards and techniques for testing web applications.
  • Code review and mentoring: Ability to review code and provide guidance to junior team members.
  • Performance optimization: Proficiency in optimizing test scripts and improving test execution efficiency.
  • Test strategy development: Experience in defining testing strategies and implementing best practices.
  • Leadership skills: Ability to lead a team of Cypress developers and coordinate project activities.

Expert/Team Lead

  • Full-stack development knowledge: Proficiency in both front-end and back-end development technologies.
  • DevOps and infrastructure: Experience in setting up and managing infrastructure for test automation.
  • Testing frameworks integration: Ability to integrate Cypress with other testing frameworks and tools.
  • Performance engineering: Expertise in performance testing and optimizing application performance.
  • Agile methodologies: Experience in working in Agile development environments and managing project timelines.
  • Client communication: Ability to effectively communicate with clients and stakeholders regarding testing activities.
  • Team management: Experience in leading and managing a team of Cypress developers.
  • Continuous improvement: Commitment to continuous learning and staying updated with the latest trends in testing.
  • Problem-solving skills: Ability to identify and solve complex testing challenges and issues.
  • Quality assurance: Understanding of quality assurance principles and best practices.
  • Project management: Knowledge of project management methodologies and tools.

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