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 […]

Proxying UI Automation to OWASP ZAP

Quick disclaimer: I’m not a security expert, pen tester or ZAP expert but that doesn’t mean to say we should ignore security. A cheap way of adding a layer of security testing is to take your existing Selenium automation and proxy them through OWASP Zed Attack Proxy. So lets get started. This is not a guide on how to use […]

Surgical Strike UI Automation Testing

A lot of people when starting out with automated testing or Selenium may follow a kind of record and playback approach to writing automated tests, whether this is born out of using something like the plugin or just the general approach: Fire up a browser Goto the site Login Get to where you need to be Perform a bunch of […]

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 […]