What are Injection Attacks and why are they important?

Manual testers always try to test all possible situations that could broke an application or compromise user data. Because of that a manual tester should not think just as an ordinary user, but as individuals who will try to break the application or just to hack the application for user information. There for, applications should […]

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Allure Integration in Jenkins

Automation testing, it’s “all” about Continuous Integration. Jenkins is one of my favorite tools. But, what if we can enrich the platform with even better features in which we can have a cool interface, tables and reports that are more simple and easy for understanding. And all that enriched with report generation in HTML format. […]

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Nightwatch configuration

Once you’ve installed nightwatch, you will need to create a configuration file. Configuration file can be saved as .json file or .js file. You can choose any of option and both will do the job, but I prefer .js file, because it can contain custom variables and comments. Comments in configuration file can be helpful […]

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Implementing page object with root element

What is the problem It is a common case that a fragment of a page appears on multiple pages. This can be a header, a toolbar, a footer or any block of elements related to each other. These parts can be called sections, panels, blocks, components or by any other name the test developers want. […]

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Monitis cloud monitoring

Q: How we can use Monitis cloud monitor for testing web availability, page load and make some web interaction(transaction)? Monitis gives many possibilities and options for monitoring simple web site’s and also for big enterprise solutions. In our case, we need simple monitoring of web page availability, full page load and maybe a simple interaction […]

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Install Nightwatch on Windows

Introducing Nightwatch.js Nightwatch.js is a testing solution that lets you use JavaScript to write browser-based, end-to-end tests. Nightwatch can also be used for writing Node.js unit tests. Nightwatch is written in Node.js and using the W3C WebDriver API (formerly Selenium WebDriver). Installation:

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Beautiful interface, but poor performance?

Wondershare MirrorGO   In my last blog post, I talked about Vysor, a screen mirroring application and the benefits of using similar tools for manual testing. This time I will write about Wondershare MirrorGO, another Android screen mirroring application with rich features and beautiful interface. MirrorGO Android Recorder is developed by Wondershare. They promote it […]

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Setting up Allure (Part 1)

What is allure? Allure is a flexible test report framework that not only shows a very concise representation of what have been tested in a neat web report form, but allows everyone participating in the development process to extract maximum of useful information from everyday execution of tests, with the possibility to add screenshots, logs, attachments […]

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Load testing with WAPTpro

Load testing is one of several different kinds of Performance related tests (Load Testing, Stress Testing, Spike testing, Endurance testing, Scalability Testing, Volume testing). In a sense of usage all of them are related to Performance Testing definition, which in one sentence, would be: “Performance Testing is artificially creating or simulating load and measuring how […]

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