While I was enjoying my Mocha coffee and travelling to work this morning, the concept of Visual Testing with DevOps came in my mind. I am working in Visual Testing for a while now and did a few pieces of research on the best used-cases and practices to implement this concept where the testers can... Continue Reading →
FluentLenium is a test automation framework built on top of Selenium WebDriver to write readable, reusable, reliable and resilient UI functional tests. It provides a wrapper to the selenium and does avoid common issues any selenium users face. This can include the passing of driver sessions between pages, automatic wait etc. FluentLenium is 100% java... Continue Reading →
This is one of the interesting frameworks I have come across and it is actually very cool... Click here for "A handbook on Gauge - A Test Automation Framework for Acceptance Testing"
AI, ML are the hottest topics in the IT market today. There is a statistics that says just like how Computers were booming in late 80's and early 90's, between 2018 and 2022, AI and ML are the key subjects in the Software industry. AI is becoming more user-friendly and knowingly or unknowingly we are... Continue Reading →
The handbook contains some of the best practices to write Gherkin scenarios. Click here to navigate to the Let's Eat Gherkin Handbook from LinkedIn
Maintenance of multiple environments is becoming very hectic these days. Hence the concept of containerisation dominates the world with its ease of scaling and elasticity factors. With Docker's capability of virtualisation, it is now possible to create environments like Dev, QA, UAT on the go and deploy, test and dispose of with no manual interventions.... Continue Reading →
Just got inspired by the speech from Jenny Lay-Flurrie, the Chief Accessibility Officer of Microsoft Corporation during the Microsoft Decoded Conference 2018 that happened in London a few weeks back. She was stressing about the importance of Accessibility in everyone's life, in fact in her personal life too. That triggered me to research on Accessibility Testing concepts as... Continue Reading →
Cypress is becoming very famous among the test automation tools. It offers online live dashboard of the paid version. Perhaps there are requirements to get offline reporting from Cypress. In this article, we will see how to generate offline Cypress report. To generate one, we will be using a node package - Mochawesome. It is a custom... Continue Reading →