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How to Setup the Node.js Testing Framework: Node.js Tutorial

How to setup a testing framework in Node.js – A short tutorial for beginners

Why Does it Matter?

Obviously, testing is important – without it, bugs sneak into the wild where they’re more difficult and costly to fix. Automating testing can significantly increase test coverage as well as reduce long-term costs.

In some teams, this falls to the developers but it can also fall to testers to create automated tests. These automated tests can be unit tests (concise tests that target very small pieces of functionality) or larger, integration-level tests. Continue reading →

Testing Mobile Apps Using Katalon Studio & Kobiton’s Cloud-Based Device Farm

How to Test Mobile Apps Using Katalon Studio:

Scripting your first mobile automation test case can be quite confusing without a specialized tool or instruction.

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In this tutorial, we will show you how to speed up your automation project using Katalon Studio’s mobile recording utility and running your recorded test cases on hundreds of Kobiton’s mobile devices on a cloud.  Continue reading →

Data Driven Framework in Selenium WebDriver Using Apache POI

How to work on Data Driven Framework in Selenium Using Apache POI?

Data Driven Framework is one of the popular Automation Testing Framework in the current market. Data Driven automated testing is a method in which the test data set is created in the excel sheet, and is then imported into automation testing tools to feed to the software under test.

Selenium Webdriver is a great tool to automate web-based applications. But it does not support read and write operations on excel files.  Continue reading →

Katalon Studio Tutorial: A Free Test Automation Tool You Have Been Waiting For

Test Automation is one area where there is still a constant quest for betterment, simplicity, robustness and ease of use.

Some tools can help create robust, light and maintainable scripts, but are hard to use. Some others are easy but create brittle and temperamental tests. There is always a choice we have to make- we win some, we lose some.

Given this situation, when a tool comes forward with a promise to solve the pain points, it is but natural to be excited.

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Appium Tutorial for Testing Andoid and iOS Mobile Apps

How to Install and Setup Appium on Windows with First Program to Get a Kick Start on Appium:

Appium is an open source and cross-platform tool that helps automate Mobile Apps testing – both Android and iOS Apps. Appium supports Native, Mobile and Hybrid Apps.

There are three types of Mobile Apps:

  • Native: Native apps built using the iOS, Android, or Windows SDKs. They are platform specific. They are built to work on a platform and/or device.
  • Hybrid: Hybrid apps are web applications developed using HTML, CSS, and wrapper of a native application on top of UIWebView for iOS and “webview” for Android Apps.
  • Mobile web apps: Mobile web apps are the apps ones accessed using mobile browsers.

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