Should you wrap your test methods in a try catch statement and handle or throw the exceptions?
Should you wrap your test methods in a try catch statement and handle or throw the exceptions?In Testing, Feb 04, 2020
If your automation test doesn’t contain assertions there is no point in running it. It is just a dud.In Selenium, Feb 03, 2019
Selenium is a browser automation tool and it is incredibly fast. But I have seen a lot of automation tests running terribly slow. It is ironic that all these slowness is being caused ...In Automation, Java, Jan 27, 2019
Explicit or Implicit, whichever wait you are using, be careful not to mix them up. That means if you have instructed the driver to implicitly wait for an element, then you should not ...In Selenium, Automation, Jan 21, 2019
During the initial stages of my automation learning, one of the first mistakes I did was using a static WebDriver. It seemed to be easy to go with static drivers as I didn’t have to b...In Selenium, WebDriver, Jan 18, 2019
If you need an API server for your test or development purpose, ‘json-server’ is an excellent option to get your mock data uploaded and available in no time.In api, Jan 18, 2019