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If you do not mind about random values, for email you can use javascript to generate valid email anytime the TestCase runs including runs in different browsers. Example (you can modify or change the script): javascript{ /*random email*/ var chars = 'abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz'; ...


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So what you are trying to do is have a script run on different browsers and want to register a user with a unique email address. Well, Google allows you to use single email address for such testing purposes with incremental characters appended to your ID. How this works is, You have a Gmail account say example@gmail.com. You can use this same account for ...


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My recommendation is that you store the state of what has been used within a test. So the test would initially create a new user with a unique email. You can use some random character generation or a database sequence to make each one unique. Personally I recommend using sequences as they are more deterministic than random characters and less likely to ...


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The silence is deafening :-) I have no personal experience with NightWatch, but I do have experience with the quirky nature of JavaScript, and because of that experience prefer Python, especially for big projects. Why you never ever reprogram working code from scratch - with history of failures cause by reprogramming from scratch. So if your company is ...



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