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Get to know the benefits and differences between Data-Driven and Keyword-Driven testing as test automation techniques

Vladimir Simonovski

Data-Driven Testing Definition A test automation technique, that is used for creating test cases that have the same steps but different input variations. This technique helps in developing and maintaining test case efforts and it is one of the main focuses when it comes to testing automation strategy especially in Agile-oriented projects. When we follow the data-driven approach, we actually test scripts that accept different inputs to run with different sets of data. With that, we increase the test coverage…

What are the 3 important element visibility methods that are used in most Selenium-based frameworks?

Vladimir Simonovski

When executing UI automated tests using some of the test automation frameworks like Selenium or Protractor, often we will find in a situation where we need to check if the element that we identified is available or not i.e determinate the element visibility. Locating a web element and not checking the current state it’s just not enough. We need to make sure that we wait for the element to become visible and of course, do some checks if that element…

SCRUM vs XP: How testing is performed in two of the most popular agile approaches?

Vladimir Simonovski

Organizations today are focusing on making stable, reliable, and working software delivered to their customers. Various methodologies, techniques, and concepts are being used in order to achieve the wanted level of client satisfaction. When it comes to what agile approaches organizations or project within the organization is following, there are many of them. By following a specific development approach, I mean the way how one team is gathering requirements, designing the architecture, developing the software, testing the software, and deploying…

Black-Box vs White-Box testing | Definition and Examples

Vladimir Simonovski

What is Black-Box testing? Black-box testing is a testing method that involves testing the functionalities of the system without knowing its internal structures like code, architecture, etc. It is solely focused on the given inputs and the expected outputs. Black-Box testing is acquired from previously agreed software requirements and documentation. The website, desktop application, android application, or the database itself can be candidates for black-box testing. Types of black-box testing includes: Functional Testing – Functional part of the SUT- System…

TestNG vs JUnit Annotations: Which one is a better option?

Vladimir Simonovski

In this post, we’re going to talk about two of the most used tools amongst the IT professions in the community. Tools that allow easy test implementation has powerful features and they’re easy to integrate. TestNG and JUnit are widely utilized and incorporated in the testing world today. Used in a variety of automation tools and integrated with other frameworks, they offer great test modularity, flexibility, and easy to understand and write test structure. We’re going to take a look…