Recently a lot has been written & talked about the future of Manual Testing. Manual Testing is indispensable part of ensuring a high quality software. On the other hand, Automation Tests help you cut down the release cycle time. But usability & human behavior cannot be automated. With reduced time-to-market there is an added pressure on enterprises to seek automation alternatives. With the rise & growth of new technologies, people are more interested in scripting. But Manual Testing is the input to Automation scripts. Unless AI technology matches a human brain, Manual tests are best kept ‘manual’. You cannot automate everything. Cut the crap! Whatever be the debate but still Manual testers are finding it hard to stay relevant in today’s job market. Why?
Every automation tool just provides a way to navigate >> identify >> perform >> repeat. So before moving further on our Selenium series, let’s look at the most common Page elements & User actions to automate.
Regression is one of the most Important yet Neglected Test Type. Let’s see what are the Regression Testing Best practices for a successful project delivery!
What do you think should be the first script in our journey to learn Selenium Automation testing? Yeah! For any web-based testing, first & foremost you need to launch a browser and open the application URL. How? Let’s learn how to launch Chrome browser using Selenium Webdriver!
Waterfall Methodology for Software development, introduced in 1970 by Winston Royce, is the pioneer of the SDLC processes. In fact it was the first model which was widely used in the software industry. Despite many new models being introduced, the Waterfall methodology is still the dominant process model. Additionally it is important to learn the know-how of Waterfall model in order to fully understand the emergence of Agile development methodology.
Let’s learn how a webpage is rendered in a browser OR the HTML coding basics OR how can Selenium identify the elements on a webpage, uniquely!
Some say ‘Testing’ is not a skill set, I say Yes. It’s a ‘Mindset’! We have quite to learn from Virat Kohli, what makes up a solid Mobile App Tester?
Software Testing Levels are the different stages that enable QA team to deliver a Quality Software; Unit > Component > Integration > System > Acceptance!
Test Environment is nothing but a replica of actual production environment (being used by end-users) with close-enough hardware and software configurations, where the testing would happen for the developed application.
As we know, a company is a collaboration of multiple departments handling different business and technical aspects – e.g. resourcing, sales, finance, HR, admin, etc. Each department has its own set of applications, tools and DATA, i.e. separate database with department-specific technology & schema. Now say the business team wants to analyze data from different […]
As more applications move towards Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), it is imperative to at least know the basics of SOA Testing. To start with – Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a way of designing, developing, deploying, and managing enterprise systems where business needs and technical solutions are closely aligned. Let’s look at it closely…
Continuing on our tryst with Bollywood’s Karan-Arjun, let’s read about some more important duos in the field of Software Testing!
Similar to Bollywood’s Karan-Arjun Shahrukh Khan and Salman Khan, in Software Testing too we have multiple important duos. Let’s have a look.
Regression testing, one of the most important yet neglected Testing type. Why? Because we are bored of it. Why bored? Because we do it incorrectly or don’t follow the best practices. Most of the time it results into wasted efforts – repeated testing without any qualitative results. Have you ever tried to revamp your regression approach? Or to actually work on the challenges faced?