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API testing & How to perform API testing for POST and GET methods in Cypress

Reading Time: 2 minutes In this blog, you will learn to understand how to perform API testing for GET and POST in cypress with code and output. What is an API? API(Application Programming Interface) In software application (app) development, Although API is the middle layer between the presentation (UI) and the database layer. Above all APIs enable communication and data exchange from one software system to another. What is Continue Reading

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Assertions and types of assertions in cypress: An Quick Overview

Reading Time: 2 minutes In this blog, we are going to discuss cypress, assertions, and types of assertions in cypress. Cypress:  It is a next-generation front-end testing tool constructed for the modern web. The idea behind creating cypress was to aim at the key pain points that the testers face while executing their testing. For example, synchronization issues, and the inconsistency of tests due to elements not available in Continue Reading

How to configure Sonar Code-Quality Checks in Github Action

Reading Time: 3 minutes This blog will help you how to configure Sonar Code-Quality Checks in Github Action. What is Code Quality? Quality code defines the code that functions as intended for end-users without any deficiencies. While code quality measures differently by every team. In general, it comes down to a subjective measure of common factors like maintainability, testability, readability, security, and more. Some automated tools can also analyze Continue Reading

How to Configure Java CI with Maven Checks in Github Action

Reading Time: 4 minutes This blog will help you to have how to configure Java CI with Maven Checks in Github Action. What is Github Action? GitHub Actions is a CI/CD platform that allows you to automate your build, test, and deployment of pipelines. You can create workflows that build and test and automate every pull request to your repository. And deploy merged pull requests to production. All GitHub Continue Reading

Page Loading Strategy in the Selenium Webdriver

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hello everyone, in this blog we are going to see what is page loading strategy in selenium web driver. What is Page Loading Strategy in Selenium? This page loading strategy will come into the picture whenever you are launching your browser using the get() method or navigate.to() method. By default, Selenium WebDriver follows the standard page load strategy when it loads any page which means Continue Reading

What’s new in JMeter 5.5?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi Folks, In this blog post, we are going to see what’s new in JMeter 5.5, Apache community has released 5.5 with a couple of new features, several improvements, and fixes. What’s new in JMeter 5.5? A brand-new thread group, Open Model Thread Group JMeter now supports Java 17 Log4j 2.17.2 is now available in JMeter JMeter 5.5 is the ability to replace the Oro-based Continue Reading

Let’s know about Checks and Thresholds in k6

Reading Time: 2 minutes In this blog we will know about the check function and thresholds that is commonly used in k6 load testing. What is check function in k6? A check is a test condition that can give a truthy or falsy result. The sets parameter contains one or more checks, and the check() function will return false if any of them fail. Let say we are writing a load test script where you Continue Reading

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Different types of Performance testing in k6 | Tech

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hi Readers, In this blog, I will explore how it is possible to run many types of testing in k6. Each type of testing has a different purpose. K6 Basically, It is a free and open-source load testing tool for testing the performance of APIs. K6 has a goal-oriented testing mode, and users can define goals using Thresholds when building their tests.  Different Types of Testing There are many Continue Reading

Cloud testing in k6 | Tech

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi Readers, In this blog, I will explore how to run a test script in the K6 cloud to visualise and analyse the results on the web app in real-time. K6 Basically, It is a free and open-source load testing tool for testing the performance of APIs. K6 has a goal-oriented testing mode, and users can define goals using Thresholds when building their tests.  K6 cloud tests from the Continue Reading

A Quick Overview Of Tags And Groups in Grafana K6

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi folks, In this blog, we will discuss and explore more about tags and groups in our favorite performance testing tool, Grafana K6. However, you may be asking what the circumstances are and why we use them. So let’s start with some core fundamentals of tags and groups. A load test is frequently performed on a service that has multiple subsystems and resources. This makes Continue Reading

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Let’s Know More About Metrics In K6: Part-2

Reading Time: 3 minutes Greetings, friends! In this short blog, we will study the types of matrices in the load testing tool with various types of APIs using Grafana k6. As we already discussed the core fundamentals of metrics in my previous blog, this time we will explore the built-in and non-built-in (custom) matrices. Types of matrices In k6, there are two different types of metrics: 1. Built-in especially: constructed Continue Reading

Let’s Know More About Metrics In K6: Part-1

Reading Time: 3 minutes Greetings, friends! In this blog, we will study metrics in the load testing tool with various types of APIs using Grafana k6. However, you may be asking what the circumstances are and why we use them. So let’s start with some core metric fundamentals. It tracks how well a system works in real-world scenarios.  I hope you have a basic understanding of metrics after reading the definition. We’ll learn more about it in Continue Reading

With Grafana K6, a Quick Overview Of Dynamic Correlation In Performance Testing

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello there, everyone. In this blog, we’ll talk about and learn more about dynamic correlation in Grafana K6, our favorite performance testing tool. You might be wondering what the circumstances are and why we utilize them. So, let’s start with basic correlation principles in performance testing. The technique of retrieving a value from a prior HTTP response and using it in a further HTTP request Continue Reading