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 […]
You probably already get some kind of metrics out of your tests, whether you get stats from your build, Specflow reports and other build artefacts. This article will show you how to send your data to ElasticSearch and visualise the stats with it’s sister product Kibana. There are several alternative ways you can achieve the same thing here, you may […]