I was knocked out! I was asked a question about API testing and I was mentally knocked out. While I have tested APIs before, I have been focused on front-end testing lately. The last time I did it in an automated fashion was as a proof of concept. At that moment, I realized I have been focusing on front-end test automation too much and I really needed to brush up on my back-end testing skills.
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When your test automation is running fine, everything is great with the universe!
Then it happens. A test cases fails and your trace isn’t entirely clear as to where it failed. Even when the trace is clear, you still have to walk through the test steps to capture a screenshot for the bug. Imagine being able to capture screenshots at the moment of failure.
Imagine no longer!
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Some test automation require you to look at the page source to confirm tags. This article covers opening the view source to assert tags are present using Ruby. Here’s a quick way to validate text on page source using ruby. Continue reading “Checking View Source While Testing”
I have two test environments plus production and I need to run automation against them. What is the easiest way to configure your test automation to run against different site?
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