All those test automation attempts shared a common fate: Failure, assessed against the objective Definition of End-to-End Test Automation Success. As a comparison, I have achieved 100% success with raw Selenium + RSpec since 2011 for client projects and my own.
When I screened Résumés, any mentions of the above JS framework would score a negative point. It is much better to hire a complete layman (check out my workshop articles).
Some readers might think, “you seem to have used JS, too?!”. Yes, I did create a number of JS tests (for various reasons) and didn’t like it. Creating a few automated tests does not mean mastering test automation, not at all. Real test automation engineers who can maintain all…