We started the episode with conversation about test maintenance, how to manage the tests as code, and how to tag it in order to get high value in the results.
We continue to talk about test suite scoping ,define tests execution based on its target.
next week Eran will speak in the Selenium conference in India, Let us know if you have a specific topics you want Eran to bring back from this event.
In this episode we gave a recap of this week google I/O conference.
we covered the following:
ML kits and voice assistant
Digital wellbeing and dashboard
Crome OS and Linux
Android P and the impact on develops
After two weeks of traveling we are happy to be back with a new episode.
In this episode we overviewed the market latest releases and their implications on dev and testers.
we talked about:
iOS 11.3 & 12
Register to PWA webinar
Appium 1.8 webinar
How to automate unique test cases which use mobile device sensors (camera , audio) as well as the role of instrumentation in these scenarios.
How to IOT device and smart audio speakers (Alexa, Google home)
In the episode we celebrated our 10th podcast with 10 recommended practices to improve your test automation stability:
Stable lunch app
Application ready state
Device ready state
One script across different screen sizes
working with the rigth object ID
Scaling your executions
Following best practices
Eliminating Mobile Test Automation Flakiness and More
In this episode we defined the common devOps pipeline includes the targets and tools ( Appium , Selenium , XCUItest , Espresso) used in each stage.
we also described the objectives required in each stage to meet the project quality criteria.
In this episode .. (after the 3rd snowstorm in two weeks) we hosted Tzvika Shahaf , Product manager in Perfecto.
We talked about Responsive web challenges, visual validation , trends in big enterprises testings.
We also discussed the requirements from reporting tool in real unattended automation projects.
In this episode we are focusing on the rise of a new technology for web and mobile named Progressive Web App (PWAs).
These web apps are aimed to replace in the future some native mobile apps by providing a ‘native like’ wrapper on top of a responsive web site.
In this episode we covered the following points:
What is PWA?
What are the benefits and motivation behind such app?
What are the differences between a PWA to RWD vs Native vs Hybrid apps?
What are some of the growth challenges behind such apps?
In the upcoming podcasts we will provide a recipe to test such apps on both mobile and web either with Selenium and Appium or through other combination of tool stack.
To read more about PWD go to Eran’s
In this episode we focused on the growing trend of use of Headless browser testing, especially by developers.
We identified the use cases, benefits and stages in which the use of such browser adds the highest value, as well as highlighted the differences between headless browser testng and selenium end-to-end testing.
Link for the Puppeteer blog:
Getting Started With Headless Browser Testing