Say you are writing an HTTP client and you are provided with documentation detailing the endpoints supported by a REST API hosted somewhere. One way to test this client is to hit the server serving the API. For whatever reason, you might not want to do this. You might just want to test how your client’s HTTP requests look like. This post will guide you through doing just that with the help of echo.js.
There is a concerning thought in development teams that testers solely own quality. Developers from time to time, tend to trust their faith blindly on their coding skills as well as the skills of testers by skipping their quick checks. It is a fact that testers are continuously trained and focused on preserving the quality of a product, however, remember that the output is the result of full team collaboration.
If you have ever built or worked on a testing framework, then you probably experienced “Flaky tests”. Flaky tests are inconsistent tests which provide different results (pass or fail) for different test runs. In this post, we introduce some hints, where the cause of the flakiness can hide and will show some tricks, how can you reduce the flakiness of your tests.
How many times do we find old builds which are constantly failing? What should be done to the job? Delete it? Fix it? What about preventing it – This blog post is a simple tutorial for integrating Jenkins and Jira, in order to trigger job failed notifications and keep your jenkins jobs as sunny as possible.
In our previous post, we took a look at the current testing trends and tools, which help us identify the favorite packages and frameworks in our industry. In this post, we’ll try to predict the future based on the latest Google Trends, various articles, and webinars on the Internet.
How do you keep your technical knowledge up to date according to the latest trends in the market? How can one find which is the most popular testing framework? And what kind of jobs are currently in demand? Thankfully, we have multiple tools and websites for that, listed in this post.
Within the Agile world of Software Development, the tester has a ticking bomb in his hand. Quality needs to be maintained within a short timeframe. The Test Pyramid might provide guidance in making the most out of your test automation efforts.