End-to-end testing is a way of performing testing used to test the business flow of an application or system from start to finish. It can be a part of integration testing to check dependencies between components of the system.

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Automated integration testing spanning multiple services

I am working on a project in which we keep one wiki platform in sync with the content of other. The way we do this is a document edit on 'Wiki A' kicks of a data flow pipeline that transforms data ...
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Good example codebase (opensource project) for learning integration testing?

I would like to learn more about automated integration testing / end-to-end testing, especially for web applications. I am looking for a good codebase, which has nicely structured, efficient ...
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What tools are recommended for end to end page load time testing (including ajax and styling elements)?

We are looking to measure the length of time it takes for certain key pathways to become 'usable' e.g. certain styling elements will have loaded in and some information ajaxed in on a page. Ideally ...
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Why is end to end testing needed? [closed]

Isn't end to end already tested when you do different levels of functional tests? For example: 1. Test A -> B (but to do this, need to do x -> z) 2. Test C -> F (but to do this, need to do A -> B) 3. ...
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Should I re-test fix at system level when the issue is at unit level?

I found a defect in manual end-to-end tests. We were able with developers to isolate the possible root cause in one of the components. We wrote a unit test that reproduces the defect at unit level. ...