Posted In — Automation Testing, Software Testing Tools, Testing Tips and resources
Pop-ups are those irritating windows that come up while we work on something important and interrupt our concentration. It is necessary to get rid of them while testing.
In this article, we shall discuss how to handle window pop-ups in automation testing using AutoIt.
This tutorial covers:
- How to handle window pop-ups in Selenium WebDriver,
- Uploading or downloading the files or images by transferring our control from Selenium WebDriver to AutoIt
- How to call the AutoIt script from our program
But first, let’s understand what is AutoIt, how to install and use it. Continue reading →
Posted In — Testing Methodologies, Types of testing
What is Pairwise Testing and How It is Effective Test Design Technique for Finding Defects:
In this article we are going to learn about a ‘Combinatorial Testing’ technique called ‘Pairwise Testing’ also known as ‘All-Pairs Testing’.
Smart testing is the need of the hour. 90% of the times system testing team has to work with tight schedules. So test design techniques should be very effective for maximum test coverage and high defect yield rate. Continue reading →
Posted In — Reviews, Security testing, Software Testing Tools, Web Testing
Web applications and websites are core components of any business these days. As the number of websites increases, attackers are also more active for hacking websites and stealing important business data.
With this threat, it’s becoming important to have Website vulnerability scanning as a part of compete test cycle.
Today, we are going to review a tool for security audit of web applications and websites – Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner (WVS). Acunetix WVS is the tool of choice for SQL Injection testing, Cross-site scripting (XSS) and OWASP top 10 other vulnerabilities.
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Posted In — Automation Testing
How to Implement Proof of Concept (POC) in Automation Testing?
Every organization has different testing processes and procedures. Manual Testing is important and irreplaceable- however automation is picking speed.
Introducing automation testing to an organization is a challenge and following points will determine if it is required at all: Continue reading →
Posted In — Types of testing, Web Testing
Learn what is Localization Testing and How to Perform it:
It is very common to find websites that are now available in multiple languages. Global brands have now recognized that the only way to connect and create value is by introducing their business to locals in the language that is truly local.
This process of adapting a product to different language, region and locale is called localization. A localized product creates more business opportunities and caters for growth and expansion.
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Posted In — Automation Testing, Software Testing Tools
In this article, we will see an overview of component wise automated testing tools for JAVA/J2EE applications. Most of the popular tools are open source and are largely derived from JUnit. The tools vary for view, business logic and validation components.
This is 3rd and the last article in JAVA/J2EE testing article series. Check out first two articles here: How to test JAVA applications and Getting started with automation testing of JAVA applications. Continue reading →