Experiments with Playwright Sharp, speed up UI tests and improving reliability
There are lots of good reasons to be running a Selenium grid in cloud or Kubernetes containers: It’s less maintenance, it’s faster with more reliable network hopping, it’s self healing and it can auto scale.
Accessibility can seem a bit of a tricky subject. For example there are a whole bunch of compliance levels like ADA, WCAG (A, AA, AAA), Section 508, AODA & CVAA – all different laws and guidelines around accessibility. WCAG is probably the best known of these, government services here in the UK for example are required to reach WCAG 2.1 […]
A slight departure from the usual testing related stuff, awhile ago I made a chat bot service in Azure in a fleeting attempt to dip my toes into AI based tech. The below is a hopefully faithful recreation of how I did it, I really wish I documented it at the time. Make a QNA Service in Azure To get […]
There are many visual testing tools out there these days. Previously I have covered Applitools which without a doubt is great product with awesome people who contribute a lot to the testing community. I have also looked at Galen which is a more of a DOM layout tester. In this article we will have a look at BackstopJs, which is […]