Alan Richardson by Alan Richardson

Stop Finding Simple Bugs. Use Automated Validation Tools Early.

Recently, I realized that I wasn’t taking advantage of as many automated validation tools as I could be. Hopefully, after reading this post you will question whether you are incorporating enough automated validation tools in your automated testing...

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Yoni Flenner by Yoni Flenner

8 Open Source Test Automation Tools for Desktop Applications

Deciding on the right testing tool for a desktop app, might be a difficult task. These are the- Pros and Cons of 8 different open source test automation tools for desktop applications, written in WinForms/ WPF:   AutoIT AutoIT is a Stand Alone...

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by Marat Strelets

How Will Appium Support iOS 10?

A glance into Appium's practical means to keep up to date with Apple's operating system updates.  More specifically,  how will Appium support iOS 10? Introduction Appium's greatness lies in the abstraction of a platform’s native system frameworks...

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Yoni Flenner by Yoni Flenner

Robot Framework Introduction

In short, Robot Framework is probably one of the most worthwhile test automation frameworks available in the market. In terms of value for money, it’s on the top of the list. Robot framework consists of a set of tools, techniques and abstract rules; its...

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Yoni Flenner by Yoni Flenner

Selenium WebDriver 3

In 2013, I remember reading an article in Selenium’s official site about the upcoming release of Selenium WebDriver 3, the next version to come, sometime around the end of the year. Since Selenium 2.53 was a significantly powerful version, it was...

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by Tim Perry

Create Better Selenium Tests with WebdriverIO

TL;DR: WebdriverIO is fantastic.  If you’re using Selenium-Webdriver (the official JS library) instead, you’re almost certainly making a mistake. A core part of testing Build Focus is ensuring it concretely works in real browsers. Automating that...

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by Patrick van Vuuren

JavaScript Unit Test Automation: React Components

When writing a JavaScript application, unit testing is one of the things that come to mind when creating high quality applications. There are a lot of different definitions for a 'unit'. According to Martin Fowler, a 'unit' can be whatever the...

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Dejan Zivanovic by Dejan Zivanovic

Test Automation in Selenium Using Page Object Model and Page Factory

Writing automated tests is more than just a luxury for any agile software development team. It is a need, and is an essential tool to find bugs quickly during early phases of software development cycles. When there is a new feature that is still in...

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Mark Kardashov by Mark Kardashov

Front End Development & Unit Test Automation Trends!

In the past decade web front end development has rapidly evolved and single page applications became a standard. The applications implementation roamed to the client side and as a result, JavaScript based frameworks became highly popular. TestProject...

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Asya Galinsky by Asya Galinsky

JavaScript Unit Testing with TDD, Jasmine and Karma

In this article, we’ll introduce you to a tool combination which will make JavaScript unit testing so much easier. Jasmine and Karma combined will save you hours of testing. First, let’s understand what exactly are TDD, Jasmine and Karma. Test...

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by Prashant Hedge

Master API Test Automation in 10 Minutes

Postman is a Google Chrome app that helps you to create, save, send HTTP requests and test the response data.  It helps to automate the process of making API requests and testing API responses, allowing testers to establish a very efficient...

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Shirley Perkins by Shirley Perkins

Boost Test Automation by Merging Premium with Open Source Tools

What does it take to test software in a complicated environment of Hardware->Mobile->Software->Cloud? These days, applications are made available on multiple platforms and OSes, which naturally generates a larger codebase and sometimes requires...

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