Eldar Kravetsky by Eldar Kravetsky

Integrating TestProject with Jenkins CI

While automated tests have a value of their own, integrating them in your CI flow can have a significant impact on your product's overall quality. Ensuring that your automation (or at least part of it) will be executed each time there is a version build,...

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Yoni Flenner by Yoni Flenner

What’s So Great About JUnit 5?

JUnit is a unit testing framework for Java and is one of the most popular frameworks used by organizations. After we've been working with the 4.12 JUnit version for a while, a new and exciting version is out - JUnit 5. In this post, we will learn what...

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Louise Gibbs by Louise Gibbs

Adapting Recorded Test Cases to Improve Your Test Automation

A lot of test automation tools include a record and playback feature (I wrote about the benefits of this feature in a previous article). Record and playback enables user actions to be recorded as they are carried out on an application. These recordings...

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by Piet van Zoen

7 Reasons Not to Skip Tests

We’ve all been tempted to skip writing tests. Whether it’s time pressure, business pressure, the complexity of testing, or we just want to get on with something else. We might be tempted to say “YOLO!” and move on. So here’s a list of 7 reasons...

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Amit Yahav by Amit Yahav

Setup A Cloud Test Automation Lab Using AWS

In this tutorial, I will guide you through all the necessary steps for creating an AWS cloud test automation lab. Setting up such a lab that is in the cloud can have various advantages:  Scalability - Testing in the cloud allows you to increase the...

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Louise Gibbs by Louise Gibbs

Benefits of Record and Playback Features in Test Automation

Record and playback features are a really useful tool for automated test development. The way they work is that the test developer clicks a record button, does some actions, and then clicks stop. When replaying the recording, the same actions should be...

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Amit Yahav by Amit Yahav

Setup iOS Test Automation on Windows using TestProject

TestProject framework enhances Appium's driver and enables you to run iOS test automation on Windows operating system, without the need for macOS or Xcode! The first thing you have to do is to get a TestProject account, no worries – it’s free! Then,...

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Amit Yahav by Amit Yahav

Create a Wildcard App ID for iOS

In this tutorial for setting up your iOS test automation on Windows using TestProject, we'll learn how to create a Wildcard App ID for iOS as part of creating your provisioning profile. You will need to complete the steps described below only if you have...

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Karen Teboulle by Karen Teboulle

TestProject Welcomes 2019!

It's that time of the year again... We love to reminisce over the year we’ve had, reflect on what made 2018 so awesome for us, and let you in on all that’s coming in 2019! Let’s start with some cool facts: Our blog has over 110 published posts,...

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Louise Gibbs by Louise Gibbs

Inside a Stationery Shop: Analyzing Different Testing Methods

There are many types and approaches to testing. In this article, we discuss some of these different techniques by comparing them to testing pens on sale in a stationery shop. The shop represents the software application. Features within the application...

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