Independence & Freedom – everybody likes it. Wants it. Fights for it. And finally celebrates it. It gives you the objectivity to express your views & opinions. It is essential for a thriving society where the mind is without fear & the head is held high. As India celebrates its ‘Independence Day’ on August 15th, let’s see what it means for a Test team.
Agree or not, once in a while every one of us enjoy criticizing something – a person or a situation. A conflict between a developer & a tester is not new – it has been there since the inception of Software Testing. After all, nobody likes it when their mistakes are pinpointed & written on the wall. What they don’t understand is – it’s not about ‘You’, it’s about the ‘Software’!
‘Repository’ is a generic term meaning a central location in which data is stored and managed. And why would someone need a central location? To access data from a single source of truth, which can be accessed across-locations by multiple users. Now apply the same concept to Automation.
Learning Selenium? Where to start? What to learn first? How to spy the objects in Selenium? We got the perfect start for you if these kind of questions are on your mind. To Automate any application using Selenium, we first need to identify the objects it is made of. Any generic application (Web Application or Desktop […]
In our last post “UFTBasics #6: Object Identification via Mandatory & Assistive properties”, we briefed about how to identify objects in an application using their ‘properties’. The next obvious step is ‘How do you extract the ‘attribute-value’ pair for an object’s properties? This is where “Object Spy” comes to rescue!
As stated in previous post – Textbox, Button, Image, Checkbox, Dropdown, Hyperlink, etc. – everything which is visible in an application is known as “Object”. Automation is all about identifying these “Objects” in the application and the subsequent “Actions” to-be-performed on it. But the question is – How do you identify different ‘Objects’ in the application via HP UFT?
First of all, the question ‘What’s the average salary of Software Test Engineer’ is like asking ‘What’s the average house rent in Bengaluru, India?’ You tell me…Can’t? Yeah! You need some more filters to arrive at the rent – the house type (whether it’s a 1BHK/2BHK/Villa/etc.), the locality, furnishing status, society amenities, etc. In the same way, the pay scale for Software Testing domain (in fact for any technology) varies depending on multiple factors.
As you all might know – HP UFT is a commercial (licensed) tool. There are two main types of UFT licenses – Seat and Concurrent.
Idol. Inspiration. Role Model. God. And for some even Life. I don’t think Rajinikanth needs any introduction to most of the world. Rajinikanth is a phenomenon. He is a man with a Midas touch. The mere mention of his name will make his fans go berserk. That’s the power of Rajinikanth, the Superstar.
Mobile gaming is booming, and that’s awesome! A billion dollar industry with constant new efforts to capitalize on that. Mobile game segment is fiercely competed. The app store is filled with new games Mobile Game Testingdaily and it takes more than just addicting puzzles and complex levels to attain and keep users interested. There is no limit to the choices that a gamer can make. Any deficiency in smooth play, performance, graphics, logic, compatibility or the elusive “fun factor” will jeopardize its commercial success. How is mobile game testing different from mobile app testing? Let’s see at some Insights and knowledge when it comes to Mobile Game testing.
To make it right, you first need to identify what’s wrong. And when it’s about finding the wrong in software, we call it “Software Testing”!
How many times have we come across the same set of test cases that we need to execute again and again every test cycle? My answer would be – Every now and then. And HP’s answer to this question would be – Never, since we have UFT for Test Automation! Test Automation is a process of reducing human effort. It is a way to play-back the pre-defined set of actions and perform validations.
If you are a smartphone User probably you already know what an App is – a program / software that runs on hand-held devices like smartphones and/or tablets.