This tutorial is the final step in Creating a Test Automation framework with C#, Selenium Webdriver 3 and Nunit. After Creating a functional testing flow with multiple test cases in the previous tutorial, we’ll now learn how to use data driven with...
February 9, 2017
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After completing the test automation framework we’ve developed with Selenium, c# and Nunit, with the following quick tutorial you'll learn to create a test suite in Selenium WebDriver.
Class 1 - Creating an Automated Test...
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TestProject's test automation professionals have created this Selenium quiz consisting of 8 questions
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February 6, 2017
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In this article, I will be focusing on implementing test automation on data quality, meaning testing the data structure and the data already stored in the database. Rather than, terms such as primary, unique and foreign key constraints. To understand...
January 19, 2017
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Many times I get asked questions in the software testing field. Recently, I have been asked a question about automated regression testing: 'How do I start creating an automated regression testing pack for a website which has been in production for...
January 18, 2017
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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 testing process.
January 4, 2017
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In the first part of Selenium with Ruby training, we learned how to setup Ruby's environment, got to know Interactive Ruby, how to select and install IDE. In this part, we’ll learn about ‘Gems’, install Selenium through it; we’ll see how to...
December 26, 2016
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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 is a Stand Alone...
December 22, 2016
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Ruby is a well-known object oriented programming language specifically made for developing client environments. In 2004, a framework named RoR or ‘Ruby on Rails’ was developed for this language which ignited Ruby’s success in the applications...
December 21, 2016
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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?
Appium's greatness lies in the abstraction of a platform’s native system frameworks...
December 12, 2016
Test Automation,Appium,Mobile,News & Trends,
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