Tip Tuesday: Storing test data in JSON file

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Today’s Tip Tuesday article is about storing test data in the JSON file to improve and expand the diversity of tests in your automation. 

You use Page Object Model to separate your tests from the pages to improve test automation performance, but do you separate your test data from the tests? One way to improve and expand test automation is by keeping your test data (e.g. users, attachments, test content, etc.) in a JSON file that you can pull from. This allows you to create additional, diversified tests easily. 

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I Took A Reflection Break And It Was Great

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You may have noticed that I’ve been inactive for a while, from blogging and social media. A lot has happened and I needed to take some time off. I’m sure you were taught, like myself, that things happen for a reason. I don’t always believe that, but I will concede the time off helped me re-center.  During this time, I took on some new challenges and meditated. I invested into myself and my family.  Overall, I recharged.  I even managed to take a vacation!

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