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comment What tools/frameworks for integration testing of Android applications?
This is way to broad in its current state. Did you try the frameworks you listed? If you did, did they not suit your needs? Questions here should be grounded in actual problems you're facing. If those frameworks are insufficient for you, please indicate why and what problem it is that you're trying to solve. Otherwise, this question could never have a real "answer".
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comment What practices are used to avoid constantly testing the login screen in web driver tests?
That's not correct Peter. When you post a comment, it automatically notifies the author, the previous commenter, and a single @ user if it exists for a maximum of three notifications per comment. So without an @ notify, you will always get the previous commenter (you in this case) and the post author (you also in this case).
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comment Selenium WebDriver (Java) with database
I'm quite sure it is possible to validate results based on database values. But whether or not you should be validating is such an open ended question, I'm not sure we can really answer you. If you could refine this question, distilling it into what specific problems you're trying to solve, we would have an easier time diagnosing and helping to solve them. Thanks!
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comment Tips for wanna be testers?
Welcome to SQA, user8185 =) I don't want to discourage you from strengthening your skills or trying to beef up you qualifications. But unfortunately, this question isn't quite... well... answerable. The only people who can really answer this are the one reading the resumes for the jobs they posted, which require a broad selection of technical skills. If you choose a skill (you can use our tags to find some popular technologies) and try to learn it, and run into problems, we're here to help you through that process!
Jul
10
comment What are the most common tasks involved in qa
I sympathize with you. This is a big topic and it can be really intimidating. The problem with this question is that it's also too intimidating for a single answer. It's what we like to call an incomplete list: you could never list enough to make it a complete answer, and people wouldn't agree on the result anyway. That's not to say you're without hope. What you can still do is ask specific questions about what you're struggling with. There's a lot of folks here that are happy to help people new to the field. I hope putting this question on hold doesn't discourage you. =)
Jul
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Who decides to add new feature in any project or not and what factors are taken into consideration?
Jul
4
comment Test Suite vs. Test Plan
I think I can get behind these definitions. Ideally, each point in the test plan would mandate a test be created. That created test would be part of the test suite.
Jul
3
comment Robot framework. How to select option by text but value
I'm sorry, Sachin, but this doesn't actually answer the question. It has a comment (request for more info) and just some links. Would you be able to provide a working example?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
27
comment As a black box tester should I be asked to identify when defects were introduced and by who?
As a black box tester, why do you even have access to the code at all? Wouldn't that "muddy the waters"?
Jun
26
comment Selenium training in C# or Java
Welcome to SQA, Vik. This looks like a really simple question, but there's a lot of factors to it. I mean, imagine if someone came to you and said "I want to write an app. Should I use C# or Java?" - that's basically the same question going on here.
Jun
26
reviewed Close Selenium training in C# or Java
Jun
25
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
24
comment Should I unit test for null values even if it can never happen?
In practice they end up being documentation, because they happen to be working examples. However, I would hesitate to slack on documentation just because you have unit tests. The unit tests should be testing the documented requirements. The documentation is what tells you if your tests are testing the right things or not. As for the answer itself, that's spot on. Testing for things that can never happen is the easiest test to do - you clearly have a bug (caught by the test) if you've broken some invariant like "this cannot be null".
Jun
20
comment What's the best web testing tool for beginners with no previous automation experience?
Sorry Dmitry, it's a start but right now the question is just so open ended. There's no way to really compare the different ones. There's just too many factors.
Jun
16
comment Can every test be done by automation?
I believe this answer is really saying "No, not every test can be done by automation. For example, you could not automate usability testing of an app." So while the form is not so great, it is technically an answer.
Jun
5
comment Running Selenium Script in Chrome browser in android devices
Hey again Dmitry. Just like on the Lockito answer, we need a bit more in the post for someone to follow. Ideally, we explain more than the what: we explain the how and the why as well.
Jun
5
comment How to test dynamic GPS location in mobile
Welcome to SQA, Dmitry! I'd like to give you a chance to elaborate on this. As it stands, it's impossible to make the connection of why it's a good tool based on just what is in the answer. If you could flesh out your thoughts here, that'd be great! =)
May
31
reviewed Reviewed List and role of different types of testing environments
May
31
comment Criteria for deciding what is more important to test
Hi Prashant! My comment on your other answer applies here. I should also take a moment to mention our general guidelines for self-promotion: We're all for it, but if it's the only reason you're here, you will encounter a bit of resistance. There's some very prominent SQA personalities on this site, I would encourage you to read a few posts where they link back to their site and follow their lead. Thorough posts that all by themselves answer the question, and then link to a much larger article regarding the material.