Author: Akash Kale

Introduction to the Cypress Project Structure

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hi Folks,In this blog, we talk about the Cypress Project structure that is fundamentally and architecturally different from other test automation frameworks.We use this folder to store data objects or external pieces of static data that we use throughout the tests Cypress Folder Structure Let’s understand the folder structure in cypress project, it defines entire architecture and the workflow of whole system If we know Continue Reading

How to generate JMeter HTML Dashboard Report?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hope you are doing well !!In this blog, we will take a look at How to generate JMeter HTML Dashboard Report so without any delay, Let’s start How to generate JMeter HTML Dashboard Report? 1) Open JMeter and Add the Thread Group For Adding the Thread Group navigate to Test Plan -> Add -> Threads -> Thread Group 2) Add HTTP Request Navigate to Thread Continue Reading

Automate Test with TestNG

Reading Time: 3 minutes In the previous tutorial we learn about What is Test Next Generation (TestNG) framework, Now it’s time for some hands-on experience of writing our first TestNG Test case. How to Create TestNG Class in Eclipse Follow below steps to create TestNG Class. Step 1: Navigate to src from the project folder and right-click the same. You will see TestNG as an option in the drop-down towards Continue Reading

Let’s Learn About TestNG Framework

Reading Time: 6 minutes In this tutorial my goal is to share knowledge regarding Test Next Generation (TestNG) TestNG is an open-source test automation framework for Java. It is develope on the same lines of JUnit and NUnit , Few advanced and useful features provided by TestNG makes it more robust framework compared to it’s peers.TestNG framework eliminates the limitations of the older framework by providing more powerful and Continue Reading

Apache Kafka for beginners

Reading Time: 4 minutes Introduction One of the biggest challenges associated with big data is, analyzing the data. But before we get to that part, the data has to be first collected, and also for a system to process impeccably it should be able to grasp and make the data available to users. This is where Apache Kafka comes in handy. Let’s briefly understand how Kafka came into existence? Continue Reading