Automated Responsive Layout Testing with Galen Framework and Java

A short time ago Joe Colantonio wrote a good piece about the differences between Applitools and Galen. I had not heard of Galen Framework before so started to look at the CLI version. Seeing some value for a project I began to ponder how I could use it and get some high level feedback on a responsive site and get it […]

Concurrent Test Running with Specflow and NUnit 3

A little while back I wrote a post on achieving concurrent or parallel test running with Selenium, Specflow and NUnit2, but what about NUnit3? Let’s have a look at that, thankfully it is a bit simpler than running an external build script as done previously. First up, according to the Specflow docs – open up your AssemblyInfo.cs file in your […]

Measuring Speed and Performance with Sitespeed.io

I recently came across a fantastic open source speed and performance tool called Sitespeed and was pretty amazed by both what it can do and how it presents the results to you. It has its foundations in some other cool stuff you may have heard of like YSlow, PhantomJS and Bootstrap and makes good use of WebPageTest too. It seems […]

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 […]