Hi, I have a very demanding project, and considered implementation of automatic test. My wet dream is something like Xamarin Test recorder because it was easy to record tests on iOS and Android, but tests can be only launched on cloud and project needs a special network connection. I considered also do some test using espresso in Android Studio but I can’t find anything good for iOS. Do you guys know any good similiar tools for test recording ?
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Wondering what people have used & suggest that I start using to manage tests/scripts. I want to start automating some tasks but where would one keep these as prior to them being integrating with things such as Travis. A test management tool? … Continue Reading
I am a certified software tester (foundation level). So far, I have worked with web applications and ran test cases, created them, and found and verified bugs. The tools I currently know how to use, are Selenium and TestTrack. My dream is to become a t… Continue Reading
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This doesn’t have to be formal help for your company, I can simply take a task or two off your plate if you want.
I spent the last couple months learning/ self studying. I have experience with selenium, robot framework, and python. I’d have to do the work remotely since my condition makes it difficult to commute. Let me know if there is anything I can help out with.
At my last job we used qTest and I liked it a lot. Now I got hired on as the lead/first QA at a little startup that doesn’t have anything set up yet. Anyway turns out qTest is really expensive and my boss balked at the price tag, so I need to find something else. I tried TestRail and I’m not wild about it. I miss the ability to copy/paste several test steps at once, and I don’t like the way it organizes things either. What do you guys like? Doesn’t have to be free, just not too terribly expensive for a couple users.
I have experience working as a QA Lead as a consultant for KPMG. It was for about 9 months. Is it possible to get my next job as a QA Manager? I have an engineering degree. submitted by /u/MaxSteelMetal [link] [comments] Continue Reading
I was just preparing to start automating some tests for our current app and i’m seeing a lot of info about Selenium being depracated and not really being maintained. Just wanted to see what people’s concensus was on this and what the good alternatives are to go with.
Hi everyone, I would greatly appreciate if someone could point me in the right direction for some self-learning materials.
My goal here is to greatly improve the way my current company does QA, Somehow I landed a decent job based on my willingness to learn. I started out testing primarily front-end stuff and backend, I am an intermediate front-end developer and have used to do basic hello world tests using protractor and selenium.
My company looks-after a website build on wordpress, this has one master repo which works for both intranet and main site. The site is mainly content which is fully custom built with the use of visual composer so the client can make content changes.
Features are Graphs (Highcharts) Data (numbers) that pulls in and updates the site on a monthly basis Intranet which makes use of other 3rd party software which we don’t have control over so for the intranet it’s mainly again content and improvements.
When we make updates to WP and Visual composer we need to do regression testing but I want to make this easier. My goal is to have a set of tests that run, using Travis CI or something similar that give the PR a green light on the tests.
Where would I start? Do I start with what I want to automate? because I’m not entirely sure what is possible to automate, I assume everything up to CSS regression testing.
Have you got any useful documentation or guides to starting out? I would happily take on a framework and learn a new language.
Really appreciate your responses here.