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The basic definitions of automated software testing

Software Automation Testing is the process of software verification in which the basic function and test steps, such as running, initialization, execution, analysis and delivery of results are performed automatically

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Automated Acceptance Testing or FitNesse to Improve the Quality of Software

The quality of the product is not in the least dependent on the actual documentation and thorough testing. I would like to highlight the issue of developing and testing software

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Calculating the Return on Investment (ROI) of Test Automation

Note: this article was updated in July 2019. How to understand that the service your provider offers gives you profit? And if this is test automation, how to check it

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Aggressive and Passive Testing

I’ve been thinking about how I *bucket* testing. Here is what I mean. I see testing as aggressive and passive. Aggressive testing, to me, is the art of asking the product

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Test Automation Authoring Is Harder Than It sounds

I’ve got a test automation engineer and a bunch of manual testers. The plan, of course, is to teach the manual testers to write automated tests were appropriate; a plan

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Running Selenium Server Using Custom Firefox Profile

Let’s create custom firefox profile at first: 1. Close all running copies of firefox 2. Start => Run 3. Type firefox.exe -ProfileManager -no-remote, other often offer to run command firefox.exe

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Interview Questions of Selenium

1.    What is the difference between an assert and a verify with Selenium commands? 2.    What Selenese commands can be used to help debug a regexp? 3.    What is one

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How automation testing can help your software development process

There is no piece of software in the world that’s not tested before release for mass adoption. Yet we see many applications fail to reach the target audience. One of

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Key Steps in Automated Testing

Even though every piece of software undergoes thorough testing, when it is delivered software almost always has defects. Test engineers strive to catch them before the product is released but

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