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The interesting part of Selenium (the part that controls the browser) -- is a Javascript library that runs in the browser. The multi-language API is a set of libraries that talk to that Javascript library. Each API has the same browser control primitives. There are other libraries that might make working with Selenium more convenient, e.g. support for ...


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So selenium was created in java, so they have all of the advantages of updates and community for questions. I personally like C# because of my background with the .NET technologies. I know that people have recommended that I switch to java because of the community base, and how quickly things are updated for their technology. So to answer your question, none ...


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If you use Selenium IDE to make tests and export to C# you will find that not all commands are availible. So you dont gain any features but you might lose some in the translation process. Essentially, a thrid party plugin converts from Seleniese to whatever language. Use whatever language you feel comfortable using.


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Yes. That situation is defined as Alpha Testing. According to the ISTQB, Alpha Testing is: Alpha Testing: Simulated or actual operational testing by potential users/customers or an independent test team at the developers’ site, but outside the development organization. Alpha testing is often employed for off-the-shelf software as a form of internal ...


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Lots of terms could describe this, depending on what you want to describe. For example you could describe: the testers, the potential problems they face, the coverage, the oracle(s) they used the activities they perform and/or their testing approach Based on your question it seems like you are trying to describe the testers (or who's doing the ...


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The activity you are describing what I call "User testing" (assuming that the students are relevant representatives of actual users of the app). Sound to me that the "User testing" is done in a testing phase that I would call "Alpha testing" which would have a milestone at the end, and a fix period, before "Beta testing" starts. Beta testing would be ...


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Be careful what you measure, because that is what are you going to get. If you ask for 200 purchases, you will not get experience (and testing scope) what you would get by 200 different users making a purchase. You will get one user repeated 200 times. Which is better than nothing but does not tell you how your system will respond to 199 other ways to ...


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There are different ways to classify testing. If you want to classify it based on the level of testing, I would call it "system testing" or "end-to-end testing", since you are working with a system that is fully integrated already. Since they are working in an environment that is close to the live environment, they are not only making sure that the software ...


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Typically you bring in real users for a usability test, but if they're looking for bugs, I'd say it's an ad-hoc manual test.


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Part of the issue with RESTful Web APIs is there really isn't a standard as of yet. If there is a WADL for the Web API than SoapUI will typically work well. If not, than you're going to spend as much time, if not more, using SoapUI to work with your system than you would with any of the slew of tools that either exist or can be custom created. I am ...


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From functional point of view - yes. However if you considering performing load testing at some point I would start looking into starting web services testing automation with a tool which is capable of running requests in multithreaded manner like Grinder or Apache JMeter.


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We use Postman for considerable basic testing during the early stages of development. We then have used Gatling (http://gatling.io/#/) to facilitate load, regression, and stress testing.


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A lot of devs I know use PostMan, a Chrome app. I have written my own tool using .Net that allows me to use pre-formatted requests with a given type reflected from a .dll file. A REST client is like a browser. It makes a request and does something with the response (like printing out the JSON response).


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You could also have a look at those below, I already worked as a tester for testCloud. There were interesting tests from major companies like immowelt.de and Blacklane. testCloud Testbirds rapidusertests.com


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I hope that I am understanding your question fully, I am going to attempt to answer it the best that I can. If you give selenium a location of the element, it should be able to click it; no matter how far scrolled down the page it is. Give the location of your button to selenium and it should click it wherever it is, however many times you need it to click ...


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Please see if below links are of any help to you: Main providers of cloud services for mobile testing: like Perfecto Mobile, Keynote DeviceAnywhere, SOASTA, CloudMonkey and more can be found here. Moreover you can also find some examples of other mobile application testing tools. Here you can find companies providing cloud testing services or are involved ...


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Please view these videos : https://www.youtube.com/user/RanorexChannel/videos First you practice in different test suite's functional testing. Then learn about different testing Frame work (Data Driven Testing,Hybrid Testing, Keyword-Driven Testing ) and start testing. Visit these sites http://www.ranorex.com/support/screencasts.html ...


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Maybe the test playback does not wait long enough for the element to appear, but as you do not give a lot of info about what your are testing and how its a bit of guessing work. I would read up on how to wait for elements with Ranorex: http://www.ranorex.com/support/user-guide-20/test-automation-code-examples.html#c3197


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Test cases have been consolidated and only I singularity O Value has been procured for a developmental organisation with factoring indivisible roles.


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There is no staight-forward answer to your question but, here are a few guidelines that may help you choose the best approcah for your organisation. Is having a consolidated test cases suite the most efficient method of managing test cases in the context of your organisation and projects undertaken? The reason it's important that you know the answer to ...


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Update:You can use inbuilt mode in chrome browser for responsive design testing. With help of device mode you can do following: Test your responsive designs by emulating different screen sizes and resolutions, including Retina displays. Evaluate your site's performance using the network emulator, without affecting traffic to other tabs. Visualize and ...


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In Firefox you can check with the help of inspect element press F12 and select Responsive Design Mode symbol near to close developer tools,then write the resolutions that you want to test. eg: 1440x900 (MacBook Pro 15.4) In chrome you can check with the help of inspect element press F12 and select device symbol on that left side top , then select device ...


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Your password example is a classic example in favor of automation, once you have the infrastructure for entering a password and detecting rejection adding more cases should be simple and cost effective. You use the term Negative Testing to describe a type of scenario, but keep in mind that it is functional the same way as any other sunny day scenario, ...


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It doesn't matter so much what you'll be automating, rather why. Are these negative tests included in your regression sets? Are these tests executed manually every time you run your automated scenarios? Will it eventually save the test team time and resources should it be automated? Seeing that testing frameworks can usually deal with expected errors, ...


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Their is more cloud site present for testing in mobile devices. (https://crossbrowsertesting.com/, https://www.browserstack.com/) N.T-- They are all commercial Enterprise service. You can try a demo for these cloud services in some limited devices or some few minutes.


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In Chrome you can check with the help of inspect element press F12 and select device symbol on that left side top. then select device mode those you want to test.


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Create a desktop background with overlapping boxes at the resolutions you need. Resize the browser windows to match those boxes as needed. Sometimes a lo-fi solution is the best.


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I would use a virtual machine and install the browsers on there, then you can resize or set the resolution of the machine to match the size you want to test on. You can install your own operating system on the free VirtualBox https://www.virtualbox.org/ Or you can download free images from Microsoft which have a license for a couple of weeks. You will ...


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You seem to be doing tests that verify the user's frontend experience, correct? Functional tests of some sort? That means you're probably going to have to authenticate like a user would, at least once. A few tips: You can avoid automating the login form if you capture the HTTP request generated when you click "submit" and playing it back. This will save a ...


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Both SauceLabs and TestingBot support manual and automated testing on real devices over the internet. You get a session to the device and can interact with it. Also BrowserStack offers a similar service, but on virtualized devices. The other providers give the feelings its on real devices, but they could be virutalized too. This might also be something you ...


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What about Apache JMeter? It is Free and open source Mutithreaded by design Provides HTTP Cookie Manager to deal with cookie-based authentication Provides HTML Link Parser so it could act like a spider



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