Quality Assessment (QA)

Introduction to Appium and it’s Drivers – 2

Reading Time: 3 minutes In the previous blog we discussed different drivers which are supported by Appium. https://blog.knoldus.com/introduction-to-appium-and-its-drivers/ . In this blog we will learn about emulator, and installing GUI version of appium on Ubuntu. Emulator Setup An emulator is a software which uses computer resources to behave like another computer system. Using emulator we can emulate any android device on our local computer system. We can use AVD Continue Reading

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Protractor: One stop for Web/Mobile Application Testing

Reading Time: 2 minutes Automation testing processes are gaining popularity in order to have a degree of excellence in terms of speed quality and accuracy. A strategy to adopt Automation Testing should clearly define the scope of the tool selected for execution. In contrast with the past, Angular has been a boost with the provision of the next generation framework and uses HTML to define the application’s user interface. Continue Reading

Nuts and Bolts Of Appium

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello everyone, in this blog, I will be sharing some basic concept and installation process of Appium on your Linux system. In a job profile like QA you should be open to work on any kind of technology stack based on your project. You should not limit yourself to a specific skill set. In short as a QA you should be able to assure the Continue Reading

A Beginner’s Guide to Writing Acceptance Testing for Lagom Microservices with Cucumber

Reading Time: 3 minutes In software development, acceptance criteria is a way via which a client communicates their expectations to engineering team. Also, it acts as a list of conditions upon completion of which a software/app is marked as complete. Since acceptance criteria is an important part of software development, it becomes important to determine that the acceptance criteria is met by the software or not. This sub-discipline of Continue Reading

Program Increment and It’s Planning

Reading Time: 4 minutes SAFe is no Magic except for Program Increment Planning. No event is as powerful in SAFe as Program Increment Planning. PI planning sets the platform for cadence for ART. In this blog we will see how to prepare for an effective Program Increment Planning session. Next Blog we will cover Day wise activities during the PI session. With large audience of 100 + people working Continue Reading

Agile Release Trains – ART – Organisation and Roles

Reading Time: 4 minutes Agile Release Trains are the heart of Essential SAFe in the similar way Essential SAFe configuration is the heart of the Framework. It is the simplest starting point for implementation. In this blog, we are going to talk about Agile Release Trains (ART). We will see how Agile Release Trains in itself is an organisation and also see important roles within ART. It describes the Continue Reading

Essential SAFe – “Implementation Starting Point”

Reading Time: 4 minutes In one of my initial blogs, we touch based on the 4 configuration that SAFe provides. These configurations can fit from small organisations to large enterprises. It is flexible enough for organisations to leverage to their specific needs. In this specific blog and the following blogs, we would deep dive into Essential SAFe. It is the starting point for SAFe implementation in the organisation.  Essential Continue Reading

SAFe – Lean Agile Mindset

Reading Time: 3 minutes In my previous blogs we have seen what is the need for SAFe and also had a high level view of SAFe four different configurations that organisations can leverage to fit to their needs. In this blog let us see what changes do we need in the thought process as Leaders to drive the Lean Agile mindset. One of the biggest challenges any organisation face Continue Reading

Spring-Webflux: Testing your Router Functions with WebTestClient

Reading Time: 3 minutes I recently started working on the functional approach of Spring Boot Webflux. You can explore it more on my previous blog on Spring Boot Webflux. It is a new concept and you may not find many useful blogs on it unlike for annotation based controllers. However, going with some trial and error, I have come out with how one can test its router functions along Continue Reading

Spring-Webflux: How to test your controllers using WebTestClient?

Reading Time: 3 minutes While working with Spring MVC, you might have used Spring MockMVC to perform testing of Spring web MVC controllers. MockMVC class is part of the Spring MVC test framework which helps in testing the controllers explicitly starting a Servlet container. But, this is not something which will work if you are using SpringBoot Webflux. If you have a Spring application built with Webflux, the MVC controllers can be tested using WebTestClient. Continue Reading

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