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10 Biggest Remote Testing Challenges (& How To Overcome Them)

In 2019, when Gartner predicted that working remotely will be on high demand, most businesses didn’t agree with the likelihood. But, guess who is working remotely now? After the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world, almost every organization was forced to allow its employees to work from home which made us realize the challenges of working remotely. Although most industries coped ...

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7 Steps To Use Mobile DevOps Tools Efficiently

In today’s organizational environment, ‘DevOps’ is the most used buzzword and has become a part of its agile software culture. Organization’s DevOps success is not a single goal approach; it requires deeper involvement for making a switch to DevOps. Broadly, it requires adoption of new DevOps automation tools, contemporary processes and cultural shift, especially in case of Mobile DevOps tools ...

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Code-Based Test Automation vs. Codeless Automation

As more advanced technologies are entering the continuous testing landscape powered by AI/ML, organizations and especially, practitioners, are debating which is better, and why if any should they adopt codeless test authoring solutions? In this blog, I will be providing the various considerations to switch, and/or combine between the 2 test automation methods. TL,DR –> There isn’t a magic answer ...

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Mock Void method with Mockito

Hey guys! After our previous blog on difference between thenReturn and thenAnswer mockito methods, we are back with yet another interesting blog on Mockito. Here, we shall discuss “How to Mock Void method with Mockito”. Let’s get started! When writing code, there is always at least one method that returns ‘void’, and at some point in time we need to ...

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Test Coverage Reports For Maven Projects In SonarQube 8.3.x

Some years ago I write a blog post about how to generate test reports in SonarQube separate in test report for unit tests and for integration tests. Since SonarQube 6.2 the test report isn’t separate in these categories any more (see SonarQube’s blog post). SonarQube merges all test reports to one test report with an overall coverage. So how to ...

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WebDriverIO Tutorial For Handling Dropdown In Selenium

While performing automated browser testing, there’ll be plenty of times when you’d have to handle the dropdown menu. Often used in forms, dropdown works great when it comes to conserving space and preventing users from choosing the wrong option in a form. I’d have rarely come across a form without dropdown to select a field from multiple options. Thereby, it ...

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Top 13 Challenges Faced In Agile Testing By Every Tester

Even though we strive for success in whatever journey we undertake, sometimes failure is inevitable. But in most cases, if we just avoid a few blunders and get through major challenges hampering progress, the path to success won’t seem so challenging. The same goes for agile testing teams where the pressure of continuous delivery can be overwhelming. Now, I’m not ...

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Maven Tutorial For Selenium Test Automation

While working on a project for test automation, you’d require all the Selenium dependencies associated with it. Usually these dependencies are downloaded and upgraded manually throughout the project lifecycle, but as the project gets bigger, managing dependencies can be quite challenging. This is why you need build automation tools such as Maven to handle them automatically. Maven can be more ...

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What Is Parallel Testing And Why To Adopt It?

With the advancement in technology, testing solutions have become more scalable than ever, as organizations moved to Selenium test automation from manual testing. But, one area that most organizations are still struggling with is the scalability to run multiple tests in parallel. Many corporations are still using sequential testing methods to deliver quality assurance, which consumes a lot of time, ...

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