The answer is, it depends. It would be helpful to know more information on the makeup of your team/organization. How many people do dev work, QA work, DevOps work? How many team members and the setup of the team can make a difference to solutions.
Option 1: You can keep your e2e and performance tests in the same repository as your application if you're the ...
I agree with the other commenters that the Page Object Model is a great way to structure test code for interacting with the page, however, for the tests themselves, I recommend writing tests for functionality instead of page-by-page.
Tests aren't about validating pages, after all. All of your users and most of your staff don't care which page something is ...
there are many online sources available the common definition is
testing that requires the execution of the test item,
testing in which a test item is examined against a set of quality or
other criteria without code being executed
In simple terms, static ...
Usually static testing refers to the risk evaluation that doesn't involve exploring the product in action. For software products, it may include code review (which may include automated style checking), specification reviews, etc.
Dynamic testing usually refers to risk evaluation through the exploration of the product in action. For software products, it ...
As per definition:
set of practices, assumptions and concepts used to design automation
frameworks utilising testing tools which are used for automation
Primary Benefits of an Automation Framework:
Reusability of Test Scripts
Flexibility in Adapting Changes
Comfort in Training New comers
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