by Kristin Jackvony

The Positive Outcomes of Negative Testing

As software testers and automation engineers, we often think about the "Happy Path"- the path that the user will most likely take when they are using our application.  When we write our automated UI tests, we want to make sure that we are automating...

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Karen Teboulle by Karen Teboulle

Create Recorded Tests with TestProject (No Coding Skills Required!)

The opinion on "record and playback" is diverse, and there are some in the test automation community that don’t find recorded tests to be as beneficial as coded tests. However, if utilized while incorporating best practice to enhance the automated test...

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Nir Tal by Nir Tal

How to Stabilize Your Automation using Telnet, Java and PowerShell

In this article, I will demonstrate the use of a custom Telnet function that I have created as a precondition to running our E2E testing. The function uses a Java API that interacts with PowerShell console named jPowerShell. The Problem Some systems...

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Shai Glatshtein by Shai Glatshtein

Export Recorded iOS, Android and Web Tests to Java with TestProject

The term "record and playback" gets a lot of bad rep in the test automation community and some don't find it to be as beneficial as coded tests. However, I find such tools to be of great advantage, especially if used in a smart way while utilizing best...

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Eldar Kravetsky by Eldar Kravetsky

How To Get Slack Notifications for your Test Automation Reports

In the last few years Slack has become the most popular collaboration tool for development teams around the world. Besides chatting with team members, Slack is often used to broadcast important information regarding various processes and events in the...

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by Mohab Mohie

6 Recipes for Test Automation Success!

It's a fact that everyone wants to do automation, a lot of companies try, a lot of companies fail, and very few succeed. A successful company is not one that never fails, rather one that learns from its failures. Here are some of the failures that I've...

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Yoni Flenner by Yoni Flenner

WinAppDriver – Free Test Automation Tool for Windows Desktop...

Almost every tester out there is familiar with Selenium WebDriver for automating Web applications, and many are also familiar with Appium for automating Mobile apps. However, not as many are familiar with automation tools for desktop applications. This...

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by Daniel Knott

How To Select The Right Test Automation Tool

Every software development team or company will come to the point where a test automation tool is needed to downsize the effort of regression testing. The test automation tool can help the tester and the whole team to concentrate on other important...

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by Kristin Jackvony

How to Decide What To Automate

When I started my career as a software tester a decade ago, test automation was viewed with some skepticism. Automated tests were hard to set up, time-consuming to run, and provided unreliable results. But since then huge advances have been made, and now...

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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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