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LoadView Hands-on Review Tutorial: Load Testing from the Cloud

Let’s face it – The ideal load test emulates real world traffic, yet most load testing software doesn’t come close.

A series of GET requests from an in-house server can’t possibly replicate what actually happens when a website sees a sudden increase in users from all over the world.

Held back by budget and infrastructure restrictions, some organizations have been forced to settle for load tests that paint an incomplete picture. With that option, you might be ready for a big product launch or viral success, but you can’t be completely sure.

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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 Android 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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Protractor Testing Tool for End-to-end Testing of AngularJS Applications

What is Protractor?

The Protractor is an automation testing tool for web applications testing; combining powerful technologies such as Jasmine, Selenium Webdriver, Node.js etc.

The Protractor testing tool is an end to end behavior-driven testing framework designed keeping Angular JS applications in mind. Even though that might sound like Protractor won’t work with non-angular JS applications, it does.

It works with both Angular and non-Angular JS applications equally well.

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Integration of Jenkins with Selenium WebDriver: Step-by-Step Tutorial

Step by step guide to Setup and Configure Jenkins with Selenium:

Jenkins is an open source tool written in Java. It provides continuous delivery and continuous integration service for software development.  It automates your manual task of code deployment process from development box – QA – Stage – Production.

Jenkins supports many plugins which you can integrate such as Git, SVN, build pipeline and many more.  Continue reading →

IBM Rational Quality Manager (RQM) Integration with Rational Functional Tester (RFT)

In this tutorial, we will look in details at IBM Rational Quality Manager (RQM) integration with Rational Functional Tester (RFT).

IBM Rational Quality Manager is the Test Management solution that is a part of the IBM Rational CLM. It offers the capability to create Test Plans, Test Cases, and Test Scripts.

It offers manual execution of the test cases by default out of the box with defect tracking well integrated as a part of IBM Rational Collaborative Life Cycle Management platform (CLM). It also enables you to integrate and run automated tests created with other testing tools like IBM Rational Functional Tester, Selenium, HP QTP etc.  Continue reading →

IBM Rational Quality Manager (RQM): Complete Hands-On Guide

This is a complete guide on IBM Rational Quality Manager (RQM) tool. [There are many images in this tutorial so please allow this to load properly]

In this hands-on IBM RQM tutorial you will learn:

  • How to create a Test Plan in IBM RQM
  • Create Test Cases within a Test Plan
  • Add Manual Test Scripts to the Test Cases
  • Execute the Test Case
  • Raise Defects as appropriate
  • Viewing Test Execution Records

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How to Create Mock Service and Dynamic Response in SoapUI

In this tutorial, we will cover all about mock services. You will learn:

  • What is a mock service and why is it required?
  • How to create a mock service in SOAPUI?
  • What is mock operation and a dynamic mock response?
  • Understanding mock operation and dispatch methods with an example.
  • Scripting for Mock Response.

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Geb Tutorial – Browser Automation Testing Using Geb Tool

Geb (pronounced “jeb”) is the answer to the challenges of browser automation. It is a very effective tool to perform automation testing over the web.

Geb originated out of the need to make browser automation (initially for web testing) less complicated, hassle-free and more efficient. It may be utilized for programming, extracting data from the web and automating the manual web tasks. Additionally, Geb is a cross-browser tool for automation testing.

Geb functions as a developer-driven tool for automating the collaboration between web browsers and web content. It runs the WebDriver in Groovy language.

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How to Perform ETL Testing Using Informatica PowerCenter Tool

It is a known fact that ETL testing is one of the crucial aspects of any Business Intelligence (BI) based application. In order to get the quality assurance and acceptance to go live in business, the BI application should be tested well beforehand.

The primary objective of ETL testing is to ensure that the Extract, Transform & Load functionality is working as per the business requirements and in sync with the performance standards.  Continue reading →