Archive for the Test Automation Category

Why Create Relational Data for Your Tests?

How many times must a test case be run over and again because the data does not work for the test case? Some other times, the test case executed correctly, but when the code gets into production it crashes because of an unexpected “data behavior” to later

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Steps to Implement a Java Selenium Automation Project: A Customer Story

Background In order to plug into the continuous delivery pipeline, one of our customers wanted us to implement an open source test automation solution from the ground up using Selenium WebDriver.  The customer had an existing automation framework that they were moving away from and we were

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Code Coverage in Development Phase

Let’s consider how code coverage and other similar processes, as requested, fit within the workflow of an application during design and development. I think of this in the following stages: Local development – quality analysis Centralized build – quality analysis Test coverage workflow (next post) Test case

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Reinventing Web Services Testing Automation

Join us for a complimentary webinar, Web Services Test Automation & API2Go, on August 13th! Over the past decade, it has become virtually impossible for companies to develop software without dozens―if not hundreds or even thousands―of web services being integral to application functionality. As many organizations have

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