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Computer screen showing clean code Clean Coding Practices for a Scalable Test Automation Framework

Many organizations are looking to expand their automation abilities by designing and developing test automation frameworks. However, we often abandon good coding practices in favor of working as fast as possible. We need to treat this project like any other application development project. Here are three of the most important clean coding practices to keep in mind in order to make a scalable test automation framework.

Sumon Dey's picture Sumon Dey
Hans Buwalda Circular Testing: An Interview with Hans Buwalda

Hans Buwalda, CTO at LogiGear, discusses shifting the paradigm from not moving testing left or right along the software development lifecycle, but testing in a continuous circle to find unexpected problems. He talks about how testing is a mindset, not just a skill, and shares his insight into helping customers get further with Selenium.

Jennifer Bonine's picture Jennifer Bonine
Sign saying "Dead end" 6 Reasons Automation Projects Fail

No matter what the domain or company, there are some common problems that always tend to affect new automation projects. Here are six top reasons automation projects can fail. Keeping these pitfalls in mind will help you to avoid them and instead build stable automation frameworks, making the endeavor a collaborative experience so that your whole team owns automation.

Raj Subramanian's picture Raj Subramanian
Gil Sever Making Visual Testing Visually Perfect: An Interview with Gil Sever

Gil Sever, CEO at Applitools, discusses his journey in visual testing to making your product “visually perfect.” He talks about how companies are getting started in using automation, as well as how to get involved in leveraging and implementing AI in visual testing.

Jennifer Bonine's picture Jennifer Bonine
Paul Grizzaffi Nontraditional Automation Using Fuzzy Browser Testing: An Interview with Paul Grizzaffi

Paul Grizzaffi, Principal Automation Architect at Magenic, discusses nontraditional automation using fuzzy browser testing and the importance of the value stream analysis from idea to implementation. He also shares his insight on the most critical skills needed in automation.

Jennifer Bonine's picture Jennifer Bonine
How to execute the Test methods in different chrome instance using maven

I have 5 testNg methods. It will take around 2 to 3 hours to complete the 5 test methods. So I want to execute each test methods in different chrome instance so that time will be reduced. Am executing the test methods using java main class by passing the series file which contains the class name.

Ashwini K's picture Ashwini K
Infinity symbol with test automation gear incorporated Test Everywhere: A Journey into DevOps and Continuous Testing

A move to DevOps creates an opportunity to shift the testing process to the left. But what if you went further? DevOps supports continuous testing, so you can advocate for a constant focus on quality, with testing permeating the entire software development process. Here's how you can actually have a faster testing process when the software is tested throughout the lifecycle, by developers, testers, and automation alike.

Glass bottlenecks Dealing with a Test Automation Bottleneck

The test team uses the test automation system to execute thousands of test cases because … why not? The tests are running automatically, for free, so there is no incentive to improve test efficiency. Just run them all! But eventually, as more and more tests are added, the system becomes overloaded. Test runs are delayed and you get a bottleneck. Don't throw more money—or new systems—at the problem; do this instead.

Michael Stahl's picture Michael Stahl
java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: gherkin/IGherkinDialectProvider

I am trying to run the basic cucumber case. But getting "java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: gherkin/IGherkinDialectProvider error.

I have downloaded and added all the selenium and cucumber jars to Eclipse.

Please check and advise.

 

Ramesh M's picture Ramesh M
How to run partial testSuite using selenium webDriver

There are 100 test cases under regreesion suite. But i would like to run only 10 test cases. How this can be performned using selenium webDriver.

Ramesh M's picture Ramesh M

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