We can now enhance the tests to capture HTTP network traffic, collect performance metrics, capture console logs, handle basic authentication, and mock geolocations, time zones, and device modes...
As we know that the Selenium 4.x came out along with a lot of new features and functionalities. In this article, I would like to share Selenium 4's feature known as Relative Locators (formerly known as Friendly Locators). Relative locators help locate WebElements based on the location relative to other DOM elements. ... Continue Reading →
Appium team going to move to Appium server 2.x. Appium 1.x has been around for quite a while and now is the time to move project development forward and to provide an even better automation experience with Appium version 2.x.
We know that Bluetooth is a wireless technology that uses a radio frequency to share data over a short distance and it eliminating the need for wires. We can use Bluetooth on mobile device to share documents or to connect with other Bluetooth-enabled devices. In the era of Smartphone, the use of Bluetooth... Continue Reading →
Most of the people facing the problem of handling Access Toke in JMeter during the performance testing activities. First we will see how the Access Token works? When a secured site (HTTPS) is accessed by another site then it requires an Access Token for validation and subsequent communication purpose. The following... Continue Reading →