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I am new, so I hope I don’t break any rules when asking this.
I am researching for current tools and stumbled over recheck (https://github.com/retest/recheck-web). From what I have seen in the tutorial and from their Chrome extension, this seems pretty impressive. Does anybody have any experience with the tool? Any known issues?
Based on what I can understand, this library replaces all the assert statements with few lines of code. This way it checks all the elements that has been defined. And its chrome extension helps to understand the difference of newly added elements.
As I am trying to understand more about this library can you please mention if there is any specific reason for you to pick this library?
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