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Mobile automation: Boss wants 100% coverage. How feasible is that?

Your boss doesn't want a flat "No" or to hear their request is impractical. They want to reduce the risk of releasing changes to the application. Make your boss choose your priorities, that is one ...
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Mobile automation: Boss wants 100% coverage. How feasible is that?

John Ruberto wrote an article some years ago on Stickyminds entitled, "Is 100% Unit Test Coverage Enough?". The article can be found here: https://www.stickyminds.com/article/100-percent-unit-test-...
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Mobile automation: Boss wants 100% coverage. How feasible is that?

It's always good to use numbers to make your point- There are N models and sub models of iPhones (for some applications you should also count the phone's network sub-type), each with M available iOS ...
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Can developers easily add IDs to a React app?

No, that's not true at all; you can definitely add your own id attributes to elements rendered in React components. id is listed as a supported DOM attribute in the docs. Yes, in cases where ...
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Mobile automation: Boss wants 100% coverage. How feasible is that?

I've spent a fair bit of time working on safety-related software. People die if the software fails, kind of safety. The first thing to note is that we had 100% test coverage of requirements. However ...
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Mobile automation: Boss wants 100% coverage. How feasible is that?

It depends what they consider 100%, but my basic answer would be 'no' especially if these are UI level tests. Tests at this level are slow and expensive to write and maintain. It looks like you know ...
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Migrating from AngularJS to ReactJS or what to do with existing e2e tests

Assumption: I believe we are just talking here on e2e testing of React using protractor. Generalized JavaScript Framework agnostic to any Frontend frameworks IMHO, in such cases we should strive to ...
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Looking for a HTML reporter to use with Detox and Jest

We don't use Detox, only Jest for our React Native app. We have integrated Allure in our Jenkins build, and are fairly happy with it. Whether this helps your situation I can't say, as I am not fully ...
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Typescript function not waiting for the waitForExist() and printing the next line

WaitForExit() checks only for the presence of and not the visibility. You could use $(selector).waitForDisplayed instead. And also ensure there is no other element with the same selector.
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Mobile automation: Boss wants 100% coverage. How feasible is that?

Welcome to managing your manager. I agree with the sentiment that your boss doesn't want to hear a "No". That's not quite verbose enough. But, the answer is almost assuredly a "No". What you need is ...
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Selenium with React dropdown

This is not going to be easy. First you need to use the JavaScript Executor ExecuteScript method to modify the input so Selenium can click it. You should be able to return the element with a call to ...
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Device Farm Vendors I have a meeting with them I need some questions

More questions: Do you need one license for Android and an additional license for iOS ? Is there a pricing option that includes both ? What is the guaranteed turnaround time for support tickets ? Who ...
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Protractor E2E Test Cases migration from Angular 2+ application to React

If your tests were written correctly - then you'll have to replace your infrastructure layer with another module that would support React. You can estimate that task depending on the size and ...
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Looking for a HTML reporter to use with Detox and Jest

I would recommend using Allure report with Detox. - see this link for more details. It gives good insights into the test execution metrics with readily available and configurable metrics With VS ...
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Using Page Object Model in React Native iOS

If you simply abstract page components and behavior on an object, you are using the Page Object Model - do not get confused if you are dealing with "screens", not "pages"... object = { button = () =&...
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