Author: GauravShukla

Going stateful with Gatling Session API.

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Everyone, In our previous blog post Gatling feeders and feeder strategies we have discussed what are the different ways to inject the data in our simulation from different data sources.  Today we will discuss: Real-time use case (Problem Statement)  Solution: Gatling Session and Session API Injecting Data with Gatling session API Extracting data with Gatling session API Some common exceptions Real-time use case (Problem Continue Reading

Gatling feeders and feeder strategies

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello everyone, in our previous post Accelerate performance with Gatling: POST HTTP REQUEST we have discussed: What are the different ways to send an HTTP POST request with Gatling?  How to play with the different types of request bodies using Gatling? In this post, we will discuss: How to send dynamic data in the request bodies with Gatling feeders?  What are the Gatling feeder strategies? Let’s assume Continue Reading

Accelerate performance with Gatling: POST HTTP REQUEST

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello guys, In our previous post Accelerate performance with Gatling:3.3.0-Warmup we explained: How to setup gatling-sbt project How to send a GET request with gatling How to assert on the status code and other response attributes. In this post, we will see what are the different ways to send an HTTP POST request with Gatling with different types of request bodies. The HTTP POST method Continue Reading

Accelerate performance with Gatling:3.3.0-Warmup

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello, welcome to the first blog of our Gatling series. Objective is to see how we can accelerate the performance of the product with a tool like Gatling and how to easily integrate with our code base to run the test on different environments. This series is totally based on my personal experience so I have tried to cover all the possible scenarios that I Continue Reading

Cypress: How to retry failed test cases and log the console error on command line?

Reading Time: 3 minutes In our previous blog “How to load chrome extension in cypress.io” we explained How to get an unpacked version of an extension from the chrome web store? How to load chrome extension in our application under test? What are the related configuration changes needed to load an extension in cypress? Here we will discuss: How to add retry ability in our test scripts? How to Continue Reading

How to load chrome extension in cypress.io

Reading Time: 3 minutes In our previous blog Progressive Web App Testing with Cypress.io, we explained: What is Cypress.io? How is it different from Selenium? How do we set up Cypress.io? Here we will see how do we load a chrome extension in cypress.io? So before moving on, As we know chrome extension do have a qualified URL which we can automate by using cypress commands so the first Continue Reading

Mocha- A Rich JavaScript Framework.

Reading Time: 4 minutes When I have started using postman and design my first framework, I have got to know that postman uses Mocha as an internal JavaScript framework to execute and manage the test cases. A few days later I was exploring Cypress.io which also follows Mocha standards for executing and managing test cases. That makes me curious to explore more about Mocha and use its powerful features Continue Reading

Progressive Web App Testing with Cypress.io

Reading Time: 4 minutes A few days back during a client presentation, we were discussing different tools that can help us to perform end to end testing of a web app developed on some emerging technologies like Ionic, React, Angular and Vue. I am a super fan of selenium for testing different web apps and also have used Protractor for testing some of the angular based applications but this Continue Reading

Data Driven Test Automation with Apache POI (Part-1)

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is Data Driven Test Automation? To test the functionality of an application it is requires to test with multiple input values. Data driven test automation allows to create test scripts where test data or input/output values are read from an external data files instead of using hard code each time the test run. Data driven test framework allows user to separate their data to Continue Reading

Script-less Test Automation – Create Automated Test-Cases Automatically

Reading Time: 4 minutes Test automation is the activity to creating test script that can run with out human interventions on the same UI that the customer and end user would seen. These scripts can reduce the execution time and cover all the aspects of application. The first generation of test automation tools provided the macro recording facility which run on the synchronous API rather than UI. The  test Continue Reading