Appium is an open source API which can be used for black-box testing of apps. It is built on top of Selenium WebDriver, which was covered in a previous post. Appium can be used to test native, hybrid and mobile web apps on Android or iOS. Several languages are supported, including Java. This blog will focus testing native Android applications in Java using Eclipse. Writing such tests requires you to have access to an .apk (more...)
After an update it is often desirable to check whether existing features of an application are still working correctly. This process is called ‘regression testing’. Several tools can be used to automate this process. This blog will focus on Selenium IDE, Selenium WebDriver and Selenide which can be used for front-end/ black-box testing of browserapplications.
Selenium IDE is a Firefox plugin which can be used to record interactions with a web application. After (more...)
In software development testing is vital. At Devoxx Belgium 2015 several experts formulated useful tips for the creation and use of such tests:
#1 Use graphs to monitor behavior
Lorin Hochstein, Senior Software Engineer at Netflix showed a graph with the typical use of the services of Netflix: most users watch videos and series in the evening, while there is less activity during the day and at night. If the graph does not follow this (more...)