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Below is a list of complete applications tested in Cypress.

Kitchen SinkVanillaShowcases every single Cypress command
TodoMVCReactCompares the official TodoMVC Selenium tests to Cypress
RealworldReactFull end-to-end tests for the gothinkster/realworld "Conduit" app
Angular-playgroundAngular 11Full TypeScript project with code coverage

Kitchen Sink

This is an example app which is used to showcase every command available in Cypress.

kitchensink running


This repo compares Cypress Tests to official TodoMVC Tests. This gives you a good comparison of writing and running tests in Cypress versus vanilla Selenium.

  • Query and make assertions about DOM elements state.
  • Type into an input using cy.type().
  • Create a custom cy.createTodo() command to run multiple cy commands.
  • Click and double click elements using and cy.dblclick().
TodoMvc testing in Cypress

TodoMVC Redux

A fork the official Redux TodoMVC example. Through a combination of end-to-end and unit tests shows how you can achieve 100% code coverage.

  • Instrument and collect code coverage following the Cypress Code Coverage guide.
TodoMVC Redux application code coverage report


Shows a full blogging application, "Conduit", with back end code and a database.

  • Create a test user from tests by running database commands via the cy.task() command.
  • Log in using cy.request() and then setting the returned JWT token in localStorage.
  • Test all aspects of writing blog posts, commenting, and marking favorite posts.
  • Collect full stack code coverage using @cypress/code-coverage. Read the Cypress code coverage guide for more details.
Realworld test in Cypress


A 3rd-party copy of Angular's Karma examples, enhanced for innovation activities, best practices and information sharing.

  • 100% code and tests implemented in TypeScript
  • CI setup using Cypress CircleCI Orb
  • Combined coverage with Jest and Cypress via Cypress code coverage plugin
  • linters and pre-commit hooks: Eslint, Prettier, Js-beautify, Husky
  • recording test results on Cypress Cloud

More examples

To find more Cypress examples, search GitHub for topic:cypress-example. If the number of results is overwhelming, limit yourself to the examples created under Cypress organization topic:cypress-example user:cypress-io, or created by individual Cypress engineers, like topic:cypress-example user:bahmutov.