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How to work with TestNG Parameterization & Parallelization?

Vladimir Simonovski

Since it’s creation, the JUnit inspired framework is constantly used across multiple projects and organizations. TestNG is a part of many automation testing strategies where different approaches and patterns are used. The open-source framework is not an extension of JUnit, since it is designed to be better than JUnit by eliminating limitations and adding the already existing features from JUnit plus much more features that allow more flexibility when writing a structured test automation framework. To list some of the…

JUnit Parameterization & Parallelization: A great way to improve your test framework

Vladimir Simonovski

When it comes to writing functional API tests with JUnit, we strive to have a more structured and cleaner code that’s easy to understand, flexible to change and having reusable methods. If we can achieve the ones above, then we’re good to go right? Well, that is questionable, depending on the complexity and the scale of what needs to be covered in our automated tests as well as how many steps do we need to perform in order to have…

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…