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Category Archives: Test Automation

  • Unconventional Wisdom V9: Proactive Testing™ Part 2: Drives Development

    In a forthright post each month, Robin dispels some truth that you otherwise might not realise with his regular Unconventional blog. In the latest instalment, Robin continues his exploration of   what Proactive testing is and addresses how it can …

    • 01/03/2017
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    • Posted by Robin
  • Enhanced Selenium WebDriver Page Objects

    One of the most popular design patterns in Web Automation is the so-called Page Object Pattern. The famous programmer Martin Fowler was one of the first that mentioned Page Object as a pattern and explained its usage. You may not …

    • 20/02/2017
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    • Posted by Ronan
  • How to Selenium: A checklist of Tips to Use When You Cannot Find Element

    Each month on the first Tuesday of the month, we will post a new blog post to take you through a step-by-step guide on how to address a particular aspect of using Selenium as part of our How To series. …

    • 13/02/2017
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    • Posted by Ronan
  • Different Types of Selenium

    Selenium runs in many browsers and operating systems. Can be controlled by many programming languages and testing frameworks. So what is the background to Selenium? Here are some quick facts * Create by developers at ThoughtWorks * Released publically as …

    • 09/02/2017
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    • Posted by Tejaswini
  • Handling Chrome Extensions in Automation – Alternative to Selenium

    I have recently got to work with a project, where the main part of the application is to adding and working with chrome extension, and we had to automate this part. It’s easy to add a chrome extension using Selenium, …

    • 26/01/2017
    • Posted by Aiswaria Sivasankari
  • Java for Testers, Automation and Whole Team Quality

    At Eurostar 2016, I mentioned in my talk that one of the steps we’ve taken for training our test consultants is to introduce them to Java in a special “Java for Testers” course (here’s the webinar if you’ve not seen …

    • 20/12/2016
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    • Posted by Alexandra
  • Sometime stress lets you do stupid things

    Sometimes stress lets you do stupid things. Here is what I did not so long ago. I had to automate some test cases about setting (or un-setting) options. To check if the test had passed or failed I decided to …

    • 06/12/2016
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    • Posted by Seretta
  • QA Automation and the Pesticide Paradox

    The Pesticide Paradox is a familiar concept. Translated to the field of testing, it refers to the fact that when repeating the same tests over and over, eventually those same test cases will stop finding new bugs. This is especially …

    • 27/10/2016
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    • Posted by Daragh
  • Test Automation Framework Architecture Types

    What is framework? According to Wikipedia, a framework is an abstraction in which software providing generic functionality can be selectively changed by additional user-written code, thus providing application-specific software [1]. It isn’t the easiest definition to digest, and one can …

    • 11/10/2016
    • Posted by Alexander
  • Implementing Performance Testing: Part 2- Virtual Machines and Lessons Learned

    In my previous blog, I shared with you how in performance testing at RES starting in 2010, we had configured a Remote Desktop Server on a physical machine, and we put load on it from only three Agents. This post …

    • 05/10/2016
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    • Posted by Bart
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