testing Questions

Right now we are getting lot of requirements from the client to verify the website has ADA compliance?

Can anyone suggest how to carry out this compliance testing?

If a Scrum "increment" is to be "done" by the end of the "sprint", where "done" means usable/releaseable, I assume testing has to be part of the sprint. Since sprints are not supposed to last more than a month, depending on the scope of the sprint goals, testing is either ongoing or occurs just before the end of the sprint. It seems on-going has to be the answer, but regressive testing of the new increment with previous incrments can grow into an increasing work item.

Does anyone with experience in this have thoughts to share so I can understand better how this is done?

After a huge amount of software development, I am becoming very interested in product testing. I am unsure how to get started, although signing up here was a start :-)

when we power on the system that time system do self testing

By lee marshall - November 12, 2018No Answers

 Are there any standards available for Data availability?

 

Thanks in advance

By Shrinidhi Gudi - November 12, 2018No Answers

Hey,

Anyone into AEM testing? I need a quick overview on that like a PPt or PDF doc can help

i was attended interview in one big MNC company. there interviewer asked 'what are the challenges you facing during selenium script'. so can any one please share your experience to me. it will very helpfull for further round of interview.

So, I'm writing automation tests for a huge web platform. We have page objects folder with files for each web page which contain a great amount of selectors used in tests. Also, tests pertaining to one of the component/functionality are all grouped in one file. 

 

The main question is whether the functions used by multiple tests (and some will have assertions in them) should be written:

1. Functions w/o assertions in page object and those w/ assertions in helper file for that component/functionality

2. All functions in helper file

3. Functions w/o assertions in page object and write the rest of the commands with assertions in the specific tests even though they may repeat and make the file with tests huge.

Testing is done in javasctipt(more recent: typescript), selenium webdriver, protractor, jasmine.

I really hope someone can solve this conundrum since nobody in my office has enough experience to help me. Thank you!

p.s. Should we group tests in one file? or write wvery test in a separate one?  

 

It's a survey on usual test automation tools ( open-source vs commercial) and what people think (and want from) about them.

I was just wondering if anyone decided to make the switch and, if yes, how did that go? 

Any feedback? 

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