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For example, an activity of 9.0 indicates that a project is amongst the top 10% of the most actively developed projects that we are tracking.
Beginner’s Guide To Test Automation With Java (TestUI)
4 projects | dev.to | 19 Jan 2023
TestUI combines 2 different paradigm test automation frameworks, i.e., mobile (Appium) and desktop (Selenide), into one neat framework. In our opinion, it’s a great framework that offers vast functionality with easy-to-learn syntax, not to mention full access to Selenide methods in case something tricky needs to be done.
How to Accelerate Selenide Tests with Playwright
8 projects | dev.to | 4 Jan 2023
Selenide – A wrapper for Selenium, Selenide consists of many other tools, including Selenium, WebdriverManager, and BrowserUp Proxy. Selenide is well-organized and comes with good documentation and a large community. It enables you to simplify complex tasks, for example: file download, autostart and autostop of the browser, using a proxy, etc. Though it officially supports only Java, there is also an unofficial port in Python called Selene.
Why You Always Have To Close Your Article With A Call To Action AKA A Brief Introduction To Hashnode Widgets By Miki Szeles
4 projects | dev.to | 18 Mar 2022
Here it is: Contribute to the open-source Selenideium Element Inspector Chrome Extension, with which test automation teams can save hours daily by automatically generating all the relevant selectors for Selenide, Selenium, Cypress, Playwright, Squish and TestCafe.
Is there a framework that you use?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/softwaretesting | 18 May 2021
Is there a working framework that you use in your daily work? I've written my little framework (Java,TestNG). Simple singleton with a bunch of services (Actions, Robot, Waiters etc). And then I've found this and this. I've tried examples. Google search in both cases. Understood nothing. Read some docs. Didn't benefit. But these guys are right, selenium webdriver is just a webdriver. You have to write a decent amount of wrapper code. I mean. We have a lot of great frameworks almost in any given field, but when it comes to testing there is no "out of the box" running fw. Hell. You can get a fully-running web-site in a day using Laravel or Spring Boot.
Contract-First Development Using RestAssured and OpenAPI
2 projects | dev.to | 9 Apr 2021
In this post, we will demonstrate how can OpenAPI be used in a RestAssured-based integration test to ensure that the API conforms to its specification.
What are some alternatives?
WireMock - A tool for mocking HTTP services
Mockito - Most popular Mocking framework for unit tests written in Java
Karate - Test Automation Made Simple
Spock - The Enterprise-ready testing and specification framework.
Citrus - Framework for automated integration tests with focus on messaging integration
JUnit - A programmer-oriented testing framework for Java.
AssertJ - AssertJ is a library providing easy to use rich typed assertions
Cucumber - Cucumber for the JVM
Gatling - Modern Load Testing as Code
Awaitility - Awaitility is a small Java DSL for synchronizing asynchronous operations
Pact JVM - JVM version of Pact. Enables consumer driven contract testing, providing a mock service and DSL for the consumer project, and interaction playback and verification for the service provider project.