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.
I’m a big fan of Specflow/ Cucumber, it’s great for creating tests to run against a front end with webdriver but what if we want to keep that same plain English BDD approach and apply it against an API for automated API Testing? It’s certainly possible and this article will cover the basics to get you up and running. I […]
PhantomJS is a headless web driver which will enable you to execute your Selenium tests without having to spin up a driver, this can improve the speed of your tests and use less resources. Commonly it is used in your CI builds when running acceptance tests. It’s easy to implement and get up and running with lets get a copy […]