Saturday, April 23, 2016

Tester's toolbox - an alternative guide

When you type 'test tools' in Google you can see a lot of links to Selenium, cURL, Cucumber, or even Firefox. I agree they are useful, but we are testers, and we shouldn't test tools, but real systems. Below I give a lot of links to playgrounds when you can train your skills. I hope this will help you to understand that you should always pair 'test tool' with the system you test, not vice-versa. Also, in my opinion, by solving real problems you learn faster than by following tutorials.

Saturday, April 9, 2016

Introducing FluentLenium (2) - Selenium waiting game

Introducing FluentLenium is so far my most popular technical post and I will continue the series today with a very important subject - test waiting. For those who don't know - FluentLenium is an actively developed Selenium extension that simplifies writing GUI tests.