Tag: framework

  • The 2016 JavaScript ecosystem just isn’t for me

    The 2016 JavaScript ecosystem just isn’t for me

    After going to a Eugene Web Developers meetup, I decided to pick JavaScript back up again. But I have a feeling that the current state of the JavaScript doesn’t fit with my personality type.

  • The Software Testing Ice Cream Cone

    Most companies only focus on manual testing at the start. Down the road they jumping head first into UI automation. This might seem like the best approach, but focusing on just one area of testing can lead you down the wrong path. There’s a downside to only having Manual & UI automated test. You end up…

  • Techniques For Building A Software Testing Framework

    In a previous post we talked about the 8 Benefits of a Test Automation Framework. Now that you’re convinced that having a test automation framework is a good idea, today we’re going to cover the techniques you can use to build one.

  • 8 Benefits of a Test Automation Framework

    What is a Test Automation Framework? A test automation framework is an application that allows you to write a series of test without worrying about the constraints of the underlying test tools. It’s a set of protocols, rules, standards and guidelines that can be followed as a whole so you can leverage the benefits of the scaffolding…

  • Page Object Pattern Basics

    Want to handle UI changes with ease, write more tests in less time, lower impact, reduce the lines of code, keep test logic isolated, & up your frameworks reusability? If so, check out the page object pattern, AKA the Page Object Model. This design pattern is used by most companies to build their test automation…

  • Layers Of An Automation Framework

    Last week was my 1 year wedding anniversary (Yes I’m taken, sorry). Part of the wedding tradition here in the U.S. is eating the top layer of the wedding cake. It wasn’t half bad. It got me thinking about the different layers of an automation framework. I’m a little weird like that.