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WebDriver is a way to automate browsers, it doesnt really matter which language binding you use to implement WebDriver testcases, it is possible with all languages (e.g. C#, Python, Ruby, Java, JavaScript, etc..). All web applications use HTML, CSS and JavaScript. So it is all the same. Protractor makes it easier to automate an application developed in ...


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It's an easy solution, you just need to import all the js functions, create an object of those functions and use it in your test fixtures


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If you were not explicitly quitting the driver before and you are not doing that now as well then the change could be because of the change in below two areas Probably something in the logic of how you start/quit your driver and/or tests. Probably the change could be in the behavior of the application being tested. In my experience the issue you are ...


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You have two commercial options: https://kinesis-ci.com Kinesis is a test framework that adds automated testing and continuous integration capability to your Tableau Server. https://www.datagaps.com/bi-testing-tools/bi-validator/automate-tableau-testing/ BI Validator makes use of our patented ELV Architecture to automate BI Testing. It supports ...


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The area to cover in code reviews deserves a book chapter if not multiple books. First, let's not forget test automation is no different from other branches of software engineering, so let me quote generic suggestions from Gergely Orosz (emphasis mine): Good code reviews look at the change itself and how it fits into the codebase. They will look through ...


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