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Test automation

Eva
52 years ago
Brightest > Test automation
04 Jun
Technical Thursday
Robot Framework

Robot Framework is slowly becoming more popular and is sometimes even referred to as the hero of test automation. But what is it exactly and how can we use Robot Framework to our benefit?

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24 Apr
Performance testing klein
Eenvoudig uitgelegd

Wat is performantie testen, voor wie is het belangrijk en hoe implementeer je deze vorm van software testing het beste in jouw bedrijf? Wij leggen het je uit aan de hand van enkele actuele voorbeelden.

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02 Apr
Technical Thursday
How to use Nginx in software testing

Apart from being a web server, Nginx has many faces. Mostly it is used as a reverse proxy but next to that we can see a clear connection with testing and test automation. In this article we learn you how to use this tool for testing purposes.

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27 Feb
Technical Thursday
Responsive design automation

How automating responsive design can help (software developing) companies overcome the challenges of the “trend of device fragmentation”.

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09 Jan
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Rewind & Fast forward

Things are evolving fast. And this had and will continue to have a tremendous impact on software testing. We are wondering what this could look like in the year 2030. So, we thought it would be interesting to give a short recap of the last 10 years and fast forward to 2030 and look back from there!

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05 Dec
Technical Thursday
TestProject, competition for Katalon Studio?

Recently version 7 of Katalon Studio was released, which unfortunately included a licensing model. There are many other free and open-source solutions, but which one is capable of replacing Katalon Studio? Well, TestProject might be the one.

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07 Nov
Technical Thursday
ELASTIC FANTASTIC

A closer look at Elastic, a company founded in 2012 and located in Amsterdam. Best known for their ELK stack or Elastic stack (used by eBay, Wikipedia, Uber, Netflix….). ELK stands for the open source trio Elasticsearch, Logistash and Kibana. 

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12 Sep
Technical Thursday
Beyond PageObjects, the Screenplay Pattern

Initially the Page Object Model, or POM, was introduced as a recommendation to help test automators to build their tests. It suggests a simple structure to avoid early maintenance problems.  In a lot of situations this approach will be more than satisfiable.  But what if it is not?  Is there a valuable alternative to the...

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12 Aug
Technical Thursday
An introduction to POM (Page Object Model)

POM is a design pattern which is implemented as a Selenium best practice for reducing code duplication and enhancing test maintenance.

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