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How Are Robotics Going to Change the Field of Automated Testing?

It’s quite staggering to think about just how much testing needs to be done across the world on a daily basis. It’s a natural consequence of the overwhelming pace of technological development, born of unprecedented scale and complexity — just consider how sophisticated the average smartphone is relative to a comparable item of just a decade ago, and how hard ...

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All You Need To Know About Automation Testing Life Cycle

Nowadays, project managers and developers face the challenge of building applications with minimal resources and within an ever-shrinking schedule. No matter the developers have to do more with less, it is the responsibility of organizations to test the application adequately, quickly and thoroughly. Organizations are, therefore, moving to automation testing to accomplish this goal efficiently. When it comes to automation ...

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Microservices for Java Developers: Security Testing and Scanning

1. Introduction This part of the tutorial, which is dedicated to the security testing, is going to wrap up the discussions around testing strategies proven to be invaluable in the world of software development (microservices included). Although the security aspects in the software projects become more and more important every single day, it is astonishing to consider how many companies ...

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The Essentials of Test-Driven Development

If you need software and you need it fast, test-driven development (TDD) may be the solution. With a focus on getting software from the computer to the market quickly, TDD is one of the most effective methods that top software development and software testing companies are using today. What Is Test-Driven Development? Agility and speed are the two concepts that ...

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What I Learned While Moving From Waterfall To Agile Testing?

I still remember the day when our delivery manager announced that from the next phase, the project is going to be Agile. After attending some training and doing some online research, I realized that as a traditional tester, moving from Waterfall to agile testing team is one of the best learning experience to boost my career. Testing in Agile, there ...

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Test Execution Order in JUnit 5

The general practices say that automated tests should be able to run independently and with no specific order as well as the result of the test should not depend on the results of previous tests. But there are situations where a specific order of test execution can be justified, especially in integration or end to end tests. By default, in ...

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Top 5 Java Test Frameworks For Automation In 2019

For decades, Java has been the most preferred programming language for developing the server side layer of an application. Although JUnit has been there with the developers for helping them in automated unit testing, with time and the evolution of testing, when automation testing is currently on the rise, many open source frameworks have been developed which are based on ...

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Temporary directories in JUnit 5 Tests

JUnit 4 TemporaryFolder @Rule allowed developers to create tests utilising temporary directories. With JUnit 5, the @Rules are not supported hence testing files and directories required a little bit of additional work. Fortunately, with JUnit 5.4 there is a new built-in extension to handle temporary directories in tests. And it is extremely easy to use. Are you still working with ...

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