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comment What are basic metrics of coverage with functional UI automation testing
Note: the reason I am not talking about number of test cases is that I believe that's a meaningless metric. Show me any test suite, and I bet I can add tests to it. Talking about 100% of your test cases being covered is begging the question of why you picked those tests and not some other set from the infinite possibilities available. If you're already reporting numbers of test cases to your client, you might think of this as an opportunity to provide a slightly more nuanced report.
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answered What are basic metrics of coverage with functional UI automation testing
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comment Are state diagrams suited for the documentation of the context delimitation?
Thanks Johnny - I've added that information to your question. I do think this is off-topic - I can ask the moderators for Programmers Stack Exchange if they'd like to take it. I think it would help if you gave us some more information about what the problem actually is - are you struggling with documenting some aspect of a system, and wondering if state diagrams will help?
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revised Are state diagrams suited for the documentation of the context delimitation?
Added some clarification from comment
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reviewed Close What are the unique characteristics of an expert Software Tester?
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answered Test reports for Agile software releases
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reviewed Close Explain vs Define Vulnerability?
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reviewed Close What are the pros and cons of using selenium and TTCN 3 for automation? Which one of the two is better in which scenario?
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reviewed Close Are state diagrams suited for the documentation of the context delimitation?
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comment Are state diagrams suited for the documentation of the context delimitation?
Hi @Johnny - welcome to SQA! I'm not sure if your question is fully on-topic for this site. Could you give us a little bit more information - what is your problem, why do you think you should be using state diagrams? If it's not on-topic here, then the mods (I'm one of them) can help you migrate it elsewhere, but for another site to accept it we'll need to help you improve the question first.
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comment How to configure selenium Web driver into Eclipse
Hi @Prateek-Jain - welcome to SQA! Given that links can change, we generally advise that if you're giving a link as an answer, that if possible you should give a summary of what the link includes. That way later readers can either try to find the information again even if the link is now dead, or at least get some idea of what your answer was. Write for the future too! :)
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awarded  Curious
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reviewed Looks OK How to find the window name using firebug?
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reviewed Reviewed Microsoft test manager - recycling test cases
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reviewed No Action Needed Selenium IDE and Selenese scripts in Continuous Integration
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on How to test the test scripts?
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reviewed Close How priority of Push Notifications is decided in Android or iOS apps?
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comment How priority of Push Notifications is decided in Android or iOS apps?
I'd agree - @Subzero, we can ask to migrate this if you wish?
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comment Selenium/Webdriver with team member that don't have programing skills
Hi @david-plante - welcome to SQA! I'd like to answer, as at my current company all testers code, but not all of them started out as coders. But I'd like to understand first - what non-coding testing tasks have you got? Are you proposing that all tests will be automated now, or is it just that you feel you need more of the testers contributing to be able to build your automation suite?
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comment Python or Ruby , Which has the better support for selenium
I actually use Ruby and love it, but +1 for "you don't have to use the same language - use the language in which your team will be more productive". For us, this is why we picked Ruby and are happy with it. (As a benefit, later on our Ops team picked Chef, so we now have more Ruby experts on hand).