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When and how to start automation testing?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Today in this new era, customers demand superlative products. Hence to accomplish this continuous development, DevOps and continuous testing came into the picture. Organizations are moving to automation testing to accomplish their goal of efficiency. To achieve the best result with automation testing, one must follow the complete cycle of automation testing. Let’s check how to start automation testing When to think of automation testing? Continue Reading

What is the Internet of thing testing?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello folks, in this blog we will check What is IoT and What is the Internet of thing testing? Nowadays IoT is a trending word and we all come across this word often. The full form of IoT is the “Internet of Thing”. We are encountering numerous IoT applications these days. The concern every time raises What is the Internet of thing testing? IoT devices Continue Reading

How to do XHR testing with Cypress?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Let’s understand what is XHR? According to Wikipedia, XMLHttpRequest is an API in the form of an object whose methods transfer data between a web browser and a web server. The object is provided by the browser’s JavaScript environment. This is used with protocols other than HTTP. Also, data can be in the form of XML, JSON, HTML, or plain text. Can we achieve XHR Continue Reading

What is Appium?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hello folks, Let’s dig into What is Appium? The definition says it is a cross-platform, open-source tool. The main purpose was to test an application on multiple devices. Hence, the best part is that we can automate native, web, and hybrid mobile applications. Therefore, it supports Android, iOS, and Windows desktop platforms. Features Firstly, it allows testing of all three mobile applications, namely: native, hybrid, Continue Reading

How to do database integration with Cypress?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Cypress is one of those popular tools which has established its place very quickly and is very popular for Web integration and End to End UI test automation. Cypress can do database integration. It needs a javascript framework like jasmine or mocha. These are one of the famous assertion libraries in JavaScript. Cypress recommends using mocha. In this blog, we will see how to do database integration using Cypress. Continue Reading

How to write Cypress test from Test runner?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Cypress is one of those popular tools which has established its place very quickly and is very popular for Web integration and End to End UI test automation. It needs a javascript framework like jasmine or mocha. These are one of the famous assertion libraries in JavaScript. Cypress recommends using mocha. Whenever we are downloading cypress, it automatically bundles mocha. Let’s see How to write the Cypress test from Continue Reading

How to integrate Jenkins with Cypress?

Reading Time: 2 minutes In this blog, we will talk about the Integration of Cypress with Jenkins. Let’s discuss what is Jenkins? Jenkins is an open-source automation server. Similarly, it helps automate the parts of software development. Those are related to building, testing, and deploying. Also, deals with facilitating continuous integration and continuous delivery. Moreover, the main agenda will be to integrate Jenkins with cypress. The topics to be Continue Reading

How to handle web control UI using Cypress?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello everyone. In this blog, we will know how to handle control UI using Cypress.What are web controls? Web controls UI are basically HTML elements wrapped. It is easy-to-use scripting tag of ASP+ and provides rich functionality in your FORMs or pages. It ranges from simple text boxes to advance girds and lists. Web control UI fall into five categories: display, input, selection, validation, and special purpose. Continue Reading

How to write data-driven framework using Cypress?

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this blog, we will see how to write data-driven framework using Cypress. Cypress is an end-to-end testing framework for web test automation. Therefore, it enables the writing of automated web tests in JavaScript. Here, we will see a data-driven framework using Cypress. The use of JavaScript makes Cypress automation more intuitive. Cypress has been used as a data-driven framework with the help of fixtures. Certainly, Continue Reading

How to implement the Page object model using Cypress?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Let’s discuss, how to implement the page object model using Cypress? To implement the page object model using Cypress we have to understand POM. Page Object Model is a design pattern where the page objects are separated from the automation test scripts. Page object model has been used. The code will be made reusable. Hence, Cypress is having the feature to enable POM. Therefore, In POM we Continue Reading

Quality assurance Ops- Is it software industry’s future?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Quality has become a concern when it comes to software development. Quality assurance Ops- integrates the QA processes, automation, and QA Reporting dashboard with the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) process. Hence it means giving importance to the testing team in the SDLC process. Thus here in this blog, we will get to know the answer for Quality assurance Ops- Is it the software industry’s future. Continue Reading

What is Big Data Testing?

Reading Time: 3 minutes This blog is all about Big data testing and what all scenarios we should keep in mind while performing. Big data testing is a process of performing quality analysis. Hence the big data testing can be functional, performance, database, infrastructure, security etc. Lets start. What is Big Data? Big data is a new word in the town. It is the data which is huge and Continue Reading

Improve test quality using codeless solutions

Reading Time: 3 minutes Codeless automation testing is a new and big thing in testing field. Thus term is codeless which means there is no need to write code. We all know that the testers are not coders. Hence these tools help testers to write code with great ease. Testers can improve test quality by using codeless solutions. Hence testers can now focus more on the test case side Continue Reading