TestProject, the world’s #1 free test automation platform just launched a new and official video that holds its benefits, cool features, and value to the community. They managed to sum up, in just 1 minute, what makes 150,000+ users so engaged! Ready to start your free test automation journey too? If you liked it, spread the news with colleagues & get a special badge from the team.
Curious about how to come up with test cases? Here's a great example of practising product analysis and testing based on traffic rules that Yuliia Kuprii came up with. I'd recommend starting with the first part.
Here's a great explanation of the alternative ways of doing contract and conformance testing. Written by Venkatesh-Prasad Ranganath who took part in compatibility testing of USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 in Windows 8.
Are you curious how QA engineers should cooperate with developers as one team? Take a closer look at the quality culture topic on CTO Roundtable #11 — the online expert panel with speakers from Reservix, FIBR Bank and Gerrard Consulting! Grab your free ticket here.
Speaking of speeding up Cypress tests, Laerte Neto gives an overview of four ways of parallelisation, including open-source tools such as Sorry Cypress, cypress-parallel, and even a manual approach on CI.
Gleb Bahmutov has recently created the cypress-data-session plugin that allows reusing data that's expensive to create. This article explains how it works and how it can make your Cypress tests even faster and more efficient.
As I mentioned last week, Selenium 4.0 was officially released. Naturally, this is massive news and the software testing community was positively vocal about it, sharing some more articles. Apart from the excellent overview by Selçuk Temizsoy linked in the title, there are a couple more: