In earlier days of web automation using Selenium, we used to start a driver session with help of many intermediate steps and third-party dependencies. We used System.setProperty to set the driver executable path prior to instantiating the session and used this method for many years as a traditional way to start the session,... Continue Reading →
We discussed the Jenkins pipeline in one of the previous articles. Here, I have Postman collections to run using Jenkins. We know that the Postman collections are the set of API requests for different purposes created using the Postman tool. In this article, we are going to discuss the Jenkins configuration for Postman... Continue Reading →
I got an opportunity to work with a POC to capture web page load time tracking for an application. I have to map all the tracked time against the flow in an excel report. That excel report should have a benchmark time to compare the actual time. Finally, set the status based on... Continue Reading →
This is a good time to migrate the java-client v7 to v8 since we are all moving from Appium Server 1.x to 2.x.
Coded UI tests (CUITs) drive the application through its user interface (UI). These tests include functional testing of the UI controls. They help us to verify that the whole application, including its user interface, is functioning correctly. Coded UI tests are useful where there is validation or other logic in the user interface, for example in a web page. They are also frequently used to automate an existing manual test.