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Selenium is the wrong tool for measuring page load times. Selenium can't actually block until the page finishes loading, so it has to poll the browser. Your load time precision is constrained by the poll interval. The most accurate tools for measuring page load times are browser extensions like YSlow, Firebug, and the Chrome DevTools.
You must have to read SDLC (Software Development Lifecycle). Waterfall Model: BA, Developer and Tester's are working at different stages in SDLC. I think you must have to clear about your question. What exactly you want to know?
I came across Hiptest on another thread that says it supports JIRA Cloud. I have no experience of it though but the poster rated it highly. https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/hiptest.jira-plugin/cloud/overview
We also use JIRA and are just starting to use X-Ray for test management. X-Ray introduces three new issues types: Test, Test Set and Test Execution. A Test can be manual or automated and the Give-When-Then Gherkin syntax used by Cucumber is supported. I cannot say if it is a better option than Hiptest but it is an option.
In my organization we are using Jira as test management tool and Selenium for UI automation.The framework used is TestNG. There is a plugin for Jira called Hiptest which can be used for creating and executing test cases. It has an additional option to work it with on automation too. Hiptest is good from my small experience. Simple to run test suites and ...
To avoid running many different versions of the website, one for every commit/branch, you may need to use a lot of symlinks. We do use something similar (with Subversion). You can checkout a branch, and script changes symlinks and restarts the relevant servers, so it "just works" and change takes few seconds (not counting checkout time). Of course some ...
In addition to Browser stack mentioned above, you may also want to consider http://litmus.com/ which will allow you to cross client test your emails.
Automation Testing also known as Test Automation is the testing methodology, mainly in the field of software/application testing, in which the software testing life cycle(STLC) is carried out with automation so as to simplify the overall testing efforts with minimum scripting. Automation testing will help to automate some repetitive tasks, resulting in ...
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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