Quality Assurance (QA)

Ten Principles For Agile Testers

Reading Time: 6 minutes In the previous blog we saw that what exactly is Agile testing and in this blog we will see in introduction to Principles For Agile Testers. What is an Agile tester? So get into the principles for Agile testers we first need to know what is an Agile tester? A professional tester who is not scared of change has knowledge about technical and business aspects Continue Reading

Agile Testing: An introduction

Reading Time: 5 minutes When we talk about Agile the first thing that pops into our mind is Agile development. But here we are going to see and learn about an introduction to Agile Testing that how testers work in Agile, the contrast between Agile Testing and development, and traditional vs. Agile approach. What is Agile Testing? In the world of software development, there are two very common terminologies, Continue Reading

UI Testing with Karate

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi there, This blog aims to throw some insight on an incredible framework for UI testing i.e Karate UI. That’s right, it is Karate. In this blog, we will explore the capabilities that Karate offers in the field of UI testing. Let’s first know what Karate really is. What is Karate DSL? To define Karate DSL, in simple words, we can say that it is Continue Reading

Gatling with Jenkins.

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hey there! In this blog, we will discuss, how to integrate Gatling with Jenkins. Further, in the blog, we will try to configure Jenkins and run our Gatling Project with it. Before moving forward, let us learn how Jenkins works with gatling. How it works? The Jenkins plugin looks into job’s workspace for any simulation report it can find, and archives only report that hasn’t Continue Reading

Karate Vs. Selenium

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi there, This blog aims to throw some light on the comparison between Karate UI testing framework like Selenium. In this blog, we will try to explore both the frameworks and the shortcoming that we may or may not face while doing some hands-on work on these. Why Karate? Karate is a relatively new open source framework for testing Web services. Even though Karate is Continue Reading

Mock Servers in Postman

Reading Time: 4 minutes If we do not have a production API ready, or you do not want to run your requests against actual data,we can make requests that return mock data defined within Postman . By introducing a mock servers and adding examples to our requests, we can reproduce the behaviour of a real API. Basically Postman matches the request configurations to the examples we saved with request Continue Reading

How to generate AWS Signature with Postman

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello folks, I hope you are having a productive day in this pandemic of COVID-19. Let’s move on to our next blog in the series of API automation. Most of us are doing automation using the tool Postman. So while performing automation with postman we have to integrate many other tools and APIs with Postman. Similarly to use the AWS APIs we need to create Continue Reading

APPIUM Tool: Get Started,Setup and run your First test

Reading Time: 4 minutes  Appium tool is an open source, cross-platform automation testing tool and therefore we use appium tool in testing native applications, mobile-web applications and hybrid applications using a webDriver. The tool majorly focus on both Android and ios apps and only restricted to the mobile application testing domain. So we will start with getting the environment set up, Appium tool installed and running it on your machine.  Pre-requisties Downloading Continue Reading

Cypress: Parametrized build execution with Jenkins

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello everyone, in my previous blog we discussed how we can integrate our cypress tests with Jenkins. In this blog, we will discuss how we can parametrized build execution with Jenkins. In Cypress, we can parameterize our tests, with the help of scripts.For achieving parameterization in cypress we can add scripts in our package.json file with all the required commands. We can use following script Continue Reading

How to Integrate JMeter into Jenkins

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hey Guys, I hope you are doing well in this pandemic of COVID-19.  Let’s move to the next blog in a series of performance testing. In my earlier blogs, we came to know about creating scripts in JMeter and working with them. Now in this blog, we will learn how to Integrate JMeter into Jenkins Basically, we will execute the JMeter script through/CD tool. Now Continue Reading

Agile Test Automation: Testing quadrants (Defining the testing scope)

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Everyone, This blog briefly discusses how the testing quadrants help the agile teams to define their testing scope for maximum ROI. In agile development, agile and DevOps collaboration changed the whole perspective of testing the product. Nowadays the agile teams are doing rapid development and they need tests that can support the team as well as criticize the product. Agile Testing Quadrants is a Continue Reading

Gmail Utility to extract mail body into spreadsheet

Reading Time: 5 minutes In this blog, we will discuss about a utility that allows us to read a Gmail mail body and then extract its content in spreadsheet using Selenium and Java. But before that, we should know about the prerequisites that we will need to set on our machine for the successful execution of the gmail utility. Tools and technologies used are following: Java  Selenium web driver Continue Reading

Jmeter-Extract data using Post Processor Part- II

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello everyone ! I hope you are doing well in this pandemic of COVID-19. In the previous blogs, we saw how we can extract the data from Jmeter using post-processor- JSON Extractor. Here in this blog, we will see other post-processors like Regular Expression. Many of us feel that creating regular expressions is difficult for non-technical people. So most of us avoid using regular expressions Continue Reading