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MockServer – Three reasons why you should use them for your test automation

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Fortunately, de-coupling of backend systems is more or less a norm now. Irrespective of the client you have, a desktop, mobile or a web application, there is a high probability that it talks to a backend to post or retrieve data or information you need. Restful web services and architectures based on the micro-services are […]

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London Selenium Meet-up – Beyond Check Automation

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Yesterday’s London Selenium Meetup was great and topics covered by both the speaker are very close to my heart. Both the speakers, Richard and Haroon spoke about the need to go beyond checks in test automation. In many teams, automation is viewed as a tool to confirm checks. There is nothing wrong with this definition, […]

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Automated Visual Software Testing: The Missing Link in Software Test Automation

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This is a guest post from Adam Carmi. He is a Co-founder and CTO of Applitools, a startup company focused on delivering innovative cloud-based Automated Visual Testing solutions for front-end developers, automation engineers and QA teams. Applitools Eyes validates the correctness of GUI layout, content, functionality and appearance of web, mobile and hybrid apps across […]

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Testing Mobile Apps – Is your app hungry for battery power?

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I mentioned in my previous post that I will focus on testing mobile applications and will share tips, tricks, and tools which might be useful for testing mobile applications. Today I am covering a topic which is critical for the user. This feature, However, is invisible (most of the time) and is often not covered […]

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Simple Tools to fight the bigger quality battle – GTAC 2008

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Last month Komal Joshi and Patrick Martin presented @ GTAC 2008 conference in Seattle, USA. Google Test Automation Conference is one of the best conferences for testing / automation and it was certainly a good experience for TestingGeek to present this at GTAC. This presentation will give you basic information on how simple tools like […]

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Introduction to Maven Repositories

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In the last article, we learned about using Hudson to run the Selenium tests on different machines and different browsers using maven builds. This week we would explain what are maven repositories and different operations which can be performed using these repositories. Most often than not, we develop common libraries for automation which needs to […]