Visualising test data with ElasticSearch & Kibana

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 […]

Specflow Reports with NUnit3

This post will look at setting up Specflow reports to work with NUnit3. When you install Specflow via NuGet, there is a tools folder which contains specflow.exe – if we run a batch process after the build on the CI server which points to the NUnit3 TestResult.xml, then we can generate a report and reference it as an artefact in […]

Pickles Reports – Living Document Generation

Adding Pickles to your Project is really useful for presenting your Gherkin based tests in an easy to read, searchable format with some funky metrics added in. If you get your CI build to publish the output as an artifact then on each build you will always have up to date current documentation of what is being tested. You can […]

Setting Up Allure with NUnit in TeamCity

This article is a follow up from my previous article in setting up Allure locally with NUnit. I made a brief mention of the Allure TeamCity plugin but encountered difficulties in getting it to work and didn’t have much time to look into getting around it. Lets get stuck in with a brief recap/ some initial steps to take. Install NUnit […]

Test Reports with Visual Studio, NUnit and Allure

Getting some decent test reporting can be painful when working with Visual Studio and particularly with MS Test as the framework as newer versions of Visual Studio don’t appear to produce a *.trx file anymore. Using NUnit we can generate some fancy graphs and stats using the Allure framework with NUnit. Firstly we need to download and install NUnit: www.NUnit.org […]