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Hi All, I am using TESTIM for running automated test cases. I am using TESTIM_ITERATOR for running the same steps with different parameters. At the end of the entire test suite, I am getting result of each Iterator, which I have to manually go and have to check. Screenshot - List of IterationsIs there any way, where I can get the result of the current Iterator in the JS?
I am trying to use the Local CLI from Testim to run tests on local environment. When I try to run the CMD, getting error as : Unexpected Token =Screenshot - CLI code generated -LocalWhat could be the issue?
I know it is hard to find the time to do extra work after work but do you have any side projects at the moment or plan on starting any? You can also write if you started a side project and never finished ( I know I had a few of those). I am really curios to see if people still do IT related content after work or if they do somenthing else. If you want I can even start: I try to post on my youtube channel at least once a week but it does show that I do not invest that much time in there at the moment.
Several people become testers, but only a few make a successful career of it. Can’t handle deadline pressures, not good at communicating with developers, too disorganized, bad at time management — there are a lot of ways a person can not be cut out for software testing.To build a strong software testing organization, it’s critical to find the people that are.The next time you’re interviewing for a software testing position, use these software tester interview questions to find the best people for your organization. The answers will reveal your candidate’s strengths, weaknesses, preferences, and aspirations – and if they will mesh well with your team.The 20 best software tester interview questions1) How well do you handle ambiguity?Test cases are not always straight-forward and QA Engineers will need to act on their personal judgement. They need to feel comfortable with ambiguity.2) What is your mentality toward automating tests that are currently being done manually?Automating test cas
The most vital element of digital transformation is, ironically, human transformation. Of course, delivering more compelling, more interconnected, and just all around more applications faster than ever requires a high degree of automation. But delivering digital experiences that truly matter to your business and its customers? You simply can’t do that without effective leadership, collaboration, and strategy. And that’s where the human element of DevOps is absolutely essential.We are constantly upgrading our technology stacks, but what about our people? What skills are most important for enterprise DevOps success today — and what’s the best way to develop these skills amidst the constant pressure to deliver more, better, and faster?That’s exactly what the 2021 Enterprise DevOps Skills Report is designed to answer. The humans behind the DevOps Institute — dedicated to advancing the human elements of DevOps — surveyed and interviewed over 2,000 IT professionals worldwide to discover the
What happens if your email isn’t working like it’s supposed to or your DVR skips out on your favorite show? Let’s just say, you won’t be happy. In all seriousness though, issues in software used throughout fields like healthcare, public safety and banking can cause monumental — financial and even life or death — problems. So whether it’s something as trivial as a DVR or as critical as first responders’ GPS systems, the quality of the software we use every day and the value it delivers comes down in large part to the quality of the testing it must pass before it hits the market.Although testing wasn’t always seen as such a pivotal piece of the software delivery process, a lot has changed. We may not even give a second thought to software that works as it should, but when something goes wrong, we care quite a lot. Consider the fact that the stock price for companies experiencing a news-making software failure fell about four percent on average in 2015. With that in mind, it’s no surprise
Editor’s note: This article was originally published in TechWell Agile Connection.It’s hard to dispute that the test pyramid is the ideal model for Agile teams. Unit tests form a solid foundation for understanding whether new code is working correctly:They achieve high code coverage: The developer who wrote the code is uniquely qualified to cover that code as efficiently as possible. It’s easy for the responsible developer to understand what’s not yet covered and create test methods that fill the gaps. They are fast and “cheap”: Unit tests can be written quickly, execute in seconds, and require only simple test harnesses (versus the more extensive test environments needed for system tests). They are deterministic: When a unit test fails, it’s relatively easy to identify what code must be reviewed and fixed. It’s like looking for a needle in a handful of hay versus trying to find a needle in a heaping haystack.However, there’s a problem with this model: the bottom falls out when you shi
Does your company write an API for its software? If the answer is yes, then you absolutely need to test it — and fortunately for you, this tutorial explains step-by-step how to conduct automated API testing using tools like Postman, Newman, Jenkins and Tricentis qTest.But first, let’s take a lay of the land. It turns out your software’s API is actually the most important part of the application that you can test because it has the highest security risks.For example, the browser or application that houses the client side software can prevent a lot of poor user experiences, such as sending 100 character user names or allowing for weird encoded character inputs, but does your API prevent those things too? And if someone starts guessing other users’ “unique” tokens, does the software respond with real data? Does it have an Apache error message that includes the version of services running? If the answers to any of those questions were yes, there is a pretty big security flaw. Or what if so
Hi All,I am using Testim.io since last 4-5 months and it’s seems working well for me as of now. I have tried scheduling the recorded test cases over the weekend so that I could get the result once I am back on Monday morning. However, many times the whole test case suites are not getting executed fully. I am getting error as -Test Cases are Queued Why is this happening? I am running a suite on my local environment with local test grid.Please help me and thanks in advanced!
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