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Recently I came across this interesting tool called gremlinsjs shared by DanBilling in one of the testing community slack. As I read it looks like very much useful for monkey testing.
Which made me think if it is a common practice to include such tests in your test plan? if so what kind of products are you testing with?
from this link, https://css-tricks.com/intro-monkey-testing-gremlins-js/ gremlinsjs looks interesting that it can be added to our smoke test suite.
10 years ago monkey testing was in our contract: our application must have been passed certain number of long monkey runs
Later I used my implementation of a “monkey” tool, and was explicitly asked for that, but it was not on test plan.
Monkey testing will help to get some level of stress test on your app. It generate the random UI actions that help to identify the some hidden bugs.
When you run such test on browser keep eye one browser console where you might see New errors or waning!
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