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@Michael Durrant has pointed out a lot of the essentials in his comments already. From personal experience: I'd recommend Sikuli, which is strong visually but somewhat buggy overall. Also AutoIt is nice for standard Windows components, if rather limited otherwise. References: What are some good open source UI Testing tools for testing Windows GUI? ...


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My product use AngularJS and Select2 jquery for the dropdown and it appears same as your case, hope my exeperience can help you There are 2 ways to do Execute JS to enable the dropdown, then select item as normal driver.ExecuteScript($('elementLocator').attr('Style','display:block')) Click on div first to enable something (as @scorpion mentioned) , ...


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I'd say go for ISTQB certification and buy books for subjects like Ruby, Jenkins and mobile testing. ...But only after you checked what is asked for most frequently in job openings that you would like. That is the most effective stuff to pursue. This will vary over time and per location. Also different companies have different needs. Finally, mobile ...


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This will show you how to run two devices on the same script and give them different inputs. However that will run serial. You may be able to get them to run parallel if you call each action twice specifying the a device each time. So @@app1.performaction() and @@app2.performaction() but I'm not sure about that. The code for perform action ...


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Test coverage and implementation of automation framework are 2 different things. According to me they are not linked directly. Automation frameworks won't write the test scripts on their own. People will be writing the test scripts, which they will later execute using the automation tool/framework. The test coverage of test scripts will be as good as the ...



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