Automated Testing of emails can be a bit daunting as the majority of email providers are not built for testing purposes. In the past, people have used Gmail and mailinator to create email addresses, send and read emails but they… Read More »
Should Automated UI Tests (e.g. Selenium Tests) be run as part of the continuous integration build pipeline? Automated UI Tests in CI Pipeline The reason for choosing to have automated UI tests is to ensure the application under test works… Read More »
In this step-by-step guide, I will describe how to develop a modularized Test Automation Framework from scratch using Java, Selenium, TestNG and Maven. To begin with, let’s see what a Test Automation Framework is and what are the benefits of creating… Read More »
Many agile teams seem to prefer UI level automation or think that such level of testing is necessary to prove the required business functionality. However, within six to nine months after starting this effort, they will soon realise that the cost… Read More »
How do you choose which tests to automate and which tests to leave for manual testing? Before you start automating a test, you need to see what benefits you get by automating the test after you factor in the time,… Read More »
Andrew asks: I have recently joined a web based company as their first QA member. The website has been developed in the past five years and during this time, developers and other team members were doing the testing. There is… Read More »
Should test automation be the responsibility of a separate team or should we have test automation engineers embedded in scrum teams? What are the advantages and disadvantages of having a dedicated test automation team focusing only on automation tasks?
Here is our list of Top 10 Selenium WebDriver Books that you can use to learn Selenium. The books are varied and are for beginners to advanced users with many useful examples.
How to set the right expectations in test automation so that you get the most out of your automated tests and you don’t get disappointed by your efforts. This post looks at the myths and realities on automated testing.
Being a manual software testing resource, like many others I have lived the past few years under the constant fear of my job being taken over by the hype of “Automation”. I have worked in domains ranging from telecom, hospitality… Read More »