End a chain of commands.
cy.contains('ul').end() // Yield 'null' instead of 'ul' element
cy.end() // Does not make sense to chain off 'cy'
.end()cannot be chained further.
.end() is useful when you want to end a chain of commands and force the next command to not receive what was yielded in the previous command.
cy.contains('User: Cheryl') .click() .end() // yield null .contains('User: Charles') .click() // contains looks for content in document now
Alternatively, you can always start a new chain of commands off of
cy.contains('User: Cheryl').click() cy.contains('User: Charles').click() // contains looks for content in document now
.end()requires being chained off a previous command.
.end()cannot have any assertions chained.
.end()cannot time out.
.end()does not log in the Command Log