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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

Scenarios And Executors In Grafana K6:A Quick Overview

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello there, buddies! With the aid of Grafana k6, we will investigate scenarios and executors in the load testing tool with various sorts of APIs in this brief blog. But you might be wondering what the situations are and why we employ them. So, let’s start with the fundamental concepts of scenarios. Scenarios are a grouping of transactions or scripts that we use to imitate Continue Reading

How to handle Mouse Actions In Selenium?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello People, Nowadays Selenium has become the industry standard for implementing custom automated tests because of which it is considered the first go-to solution for every web application. Action Class in Selenium is a built-in feature provided by the selenium for handling keyboard and mouse events. This is something very interesting part of Selenium which is performed using the advanced user interaction API in the Continue Reading

Automation in Headless mode | Tech

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hi Readers, In this blog, I am going to explore, how to run an automation script in headless mode for Gmail login. Basically, A headless browser executes a script without UI(Graphical user Interface). It can run without a real browser means in the system, if a browser is not installed still script will be executed with the help of headless. In this case, parallel execution Continue Reading

Rest Assured, JBehave and Allure – A happy marriage.

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hi folks, In this blog tutorial, we will learn how to create a BDD framework with Rest Assured. The BDD tool that we’ll be using is JBehave, as it is very much compatible with JAVA projects. On top of these, we will try to generate allure reports as well. So, let’s get going. How to create a BDD framework with JBehave? If you already have Continue Reading

Mockito Framework: How it works

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction Mockito is a popular mocking framework that is useful to test the written code. It enables to write the essential test cases for real-world projects and applications. Unit Testing: It is a software testing technique to test the unit of a code that can be logically isolated in a system. Unit: It is referred to as an individual functionality of a program. Mocking: It is Continue Reading

Pact and its elements in contract testing

Reading Time: 6 minutes Hi friends, Welcome to our pact blog series, This is my first blog on the pact in which we will discuss the basic elements of the pact and know more about contract testing. What is contract testing? Contract testing is a technique for testing an integration point by isolating each microservice and checking whether the HTTP requests and responses that the microservice transmits conform to a Continue Reading

Role of Defect

Reading Time: 4 minutes Happy Winter’s, readersss! today i came here for writing about coming topic which is Defect Life cycle. Introduction DEFECT It is the process of identifying defects, where a defect is any difference between actual and expected results. BUG If QA find any mismatch in the application/system in testing phase then we call it as BUG. (Ringing Alarm) ERROR If a developer is unable to successfully Continue Reading

What’s new in selenium 4

Reading Time: 5 minutes Selenium has been in the market for the past many years and has been dominating its competitors. This blog will show us the new feature in Selenium 4 and how we can utilize them in our code. Firstly, let’s have a look at the architecture of both Selenium 3 & Selenium 4 and see what are the differences between them. Architecture: Selenium 3 Vs. Selenium Continue Reading

Test trends at this juncture

Reading Time: 3 minutes Covid-19 has only accelerated digital transformation, causing everyone to start porting things over to apps and software as the only way to interact with customers.This, in turn, has increased the amount of software testing needed. Here are the  top test trends at this juncture predictions. Mobile automation Using smartphones has already become an inevitable part of the lives of most people. We use dozens of Continue Reading

Jenkins Integration: Selenium Grid

Reading Time: 4 minutes Selenium Grid is a tool that we can use for testing, automating web applications, and run them on remote machines. We can run our tests to integrate them with CI/CD tools such as Jenkins. In this blog, we will see Jenkins Integration with Selenium Grid. Why is Jenkins integration required? Test automation helps us with continuous defects, errors, and bugs as early as possible. If Continue Reading