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How to Handle Windows Pop-up Using AutoIt and Selenium Automation Testing

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 →

Step by Step Guide to Implement Proof of Concept (POC) 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 →

Top 25 Tools for Automated Testing of JAVA Applications (Part 3)

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 →

How to Perform Automation Testing of JAVA/J2EE Applications (Part 2)

Generally, J2EE applications are very large and contain several components from front end screen to back end database. Automated testing is preferred over manual testing for such large applications due to time and effort saved. Automated testing is typically done with the help of tools and frameworks.

A J2EE application contains several components; please refer to the part 1 of this Java application testing series i.e “Overview of Java applications” for more details.

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Getting Started with FitNesse – a Collaboration Tool for Testers and Developers

Now the world is moving to Agile. Early and continuous feedback is imperial for any scrum team. Because the world is changing, the mindset of testers also needs to be changed.

Instead of “finding bugs, breaking software, measuring requirement”, testers are now thinking of “delivering the quality, right at first time, test without the UI or test even before the UI is available”. Continue reading →

A Quick SoapUI Guide to Store Request and Response Data in a File – SoapUI Tutorial #15

In this SoapUI advance tutorial, let’s learn about how to store the response in a file for future reference. Also, the steps are very detailed, so we treat this as a quick recap of everything we do, end-to-end.

This is the last tutorial in our SoapUI free training series. Head over to this page for all the tutorials in this comprehensive SoapUI and SoapUI pro tutorials series. Continue reading →