automation testing

Advanced Test Report With Selenium Web Driver

Reading Time: 4 minutes No framework is complete without report feature, So this blog will help you to have a Create Advanced Test Report with Selenium Web Driver. What are the ExtentReport ExtentReports is an open-source reporting library useful for test automation and It can be easily integrated with major testing frameworks like TestNG etc. These reports are high rich HTML reports. It provides results in the form of Continue Reading

Read and Write Data from Excel Sheet using Apache POI

Reading Time: 3 minutes Data driven testing refers to storing the test data in some external file rather than hard coding it in the test scripts. Storing data in an external file makes it easy to manage scripts easily and update data whenever needed without affecting the scripts.So in this blog, We read and write the data from Excel sheet in Selenium. What is Apache POI? Apache POI is Continue Reading

Automate drop-down menu and checkbox using Selenium 4.0

Reading Time: 3 minutes In the last blog, we saw how we can use locator strategies to find and use different elements for automating our projects. In this blog, we will see how we can automate the drop-down menu and checkbox using selenium 4.0. What’s the need for automating drop-down menu and checkbox? Nowadays most websites contain drop-down menus and check boxes to perform various interactions with the website. Continue Reading

Jenkins Integration and reporting using Selenium 4

Reading Time: 4 minutes Selenium is used for testing and automating the web applications. We can run our tests with CI/CD tools such as Jenkins. In this blog we will see Jenkins Integration and reporting using Selenium 4. Why is Jenkins integration required? Test automation helps us with continuous defects, errors, and bugs as early as possible. Earlier the issue is found, cheaper it is to fix it. With Continue Reading

Integrating Rest Assured with Jenkins and Allure reports.

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hi folks, In this blog, we will be exploring how to integrate Jenkins with our Rest Assured test project. And as an add on we will try to publish the Allure reports through Allure Jenkins plugin as well. So let’s get started. Why are we doing this? The main aim here is to integrate Rest Assured with CI/CD through Jenkins and to publish the test Continue Reading

BDD framework with Rest -assured + cucumber using scala and sbt

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hi all , here we are going to develop a BDD framework for automating our Rest API’s with the help of rest assured and cucumber using scala and sbt build tool. REST assured DSL already provides a BDD style writing of tests in the Given , When and Then format , but still if you want to know what scenarios are covered , you still Continue Reading

Getting started with Selenium 4.0

Reading Time: 3 minutes Selenium has been in the market for the past many years and has been dominating their competitors. In this blog, we will see how we can set up a selenium 4.0 maven project. We will be using Java as our primary language for coding. Setting up the project Create a new maven project in intellij. Give a name to your project and click on finish. Continue Reading

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

Dashboard Report Generation with Cypress

Reading Time: 3 minutes In our previous blog we talked about mocha reports, and in this will continue on the same topic report generation with cypress. The only difference is that here we will talk about the Dashboard Report Generation with cypress.So you guys may be thinking why do we need to configure the dashboard, if we can generate report with Mocha report generators?Just wait for a few mins, Continue Reading

Mocha Reports Generation with Cypress

Reading Time: 3 minutes In our previous blogs, we have already talked about the introduction of cypress, how to install cypress, writing our first test with cypress, and so on. This blog is all about Mocha Reports Generation with cypress.In every project as a QA, we may encounter many situations where we need to create QA metrics or the test case execution report and share it with our client Continue Reading

karate DSL : POST and GET API calls

Reading Time: 3 minutes In the previous blog, we saw how we can set up a project in karate DSL and saw the folder structure in this blog we will see how to make POST and GET API calls and how it can be automated using karate DSL. First, we need to create a .feature file where we will write our test cases. We have already seen the file Continue Reading

Integration Of Cypress with jenkins

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello everyone, I hope you all are safe and sound, as in my previous blog we have already covered some frontend and backend testing scenarios with cypress. In this blog, we will talk about the Integration of Cypress with Jenkins. So, the agenda of this blog will be like: Jenkins Installation (Ubuntu) Integration Of Cypress with Jenkins Execution with Jenkins Jenkins Installation: For installing Jenkins Continue Reading

Karate DSL : Getting started

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello guys, this is a short blog on how to setup a maven project in karate DSL and small introduction to it’s directory and file structure. So let’s start with, Why should we use Karate DSL? Karate DSL is an open-source framework that can be used for API testing, front-end UI testing, and performance testing as well. The main advantage of karate is that it Continue Reading