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Welcome to the 95th edition of Software Testing Notes, a weekly newsletter featuring must-read content on Software Testing. I hope this week has been good for you so far.
This is going to be a short curations as for some personal reasons I was unable to curate more resources for you to read. But I’m you you are going to enjoy it what I have curated this week.
So, lets dive into this week’s curated links, let me know what your favorite is!
For the most of us, BDD for UI automation makes sense as non-technical person will be able to see what actions the test performs within the UI but what about when you are doing API testing? is using BDD makes any difference? Read this great piece by Peter Thomas to find out.
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Keeping up with all the reports and updated artifacts can be tiresome activity. To help you get better at organizing reports and relevent artifacts, Anshita Bhasin shows how to simplify the process of uploading multiple reports by leveraging the power of GitHub Actions.
Are you facing issues with running Android Studio’s UI Automator Viewer run on Java 20? Paul Grizzaffi faced the same issue and documented the solution.
Working with credentials is always tricky, more so with XCTest. Fortunately, Alexey Alter-Pesotskiy has a solution and he shares it with relevant example in this blog post.
This is a 4 hour jam packed course uploaded on Youtube to help you learn everything there is to know about testing APIs with postman. Valentin Despa has nicely separated the topics and I liked his teaching style.
➜ Read all curated stuff on Software Testing Automation.
When it comes to testing accessibility, Chrome DevTools are not the only once you can use. Firefox also has some useful DevTools to check for Accessibility of your web applications. Take look at this article by Brandon Zhang sharing how to test for color contract with Firefox Developer Edition.
➜ Read all curated stuff on Accessibility Testing.
🛠️ Resources & Tools
Whimsical — is a plugin for ChatGPT to create diagrams. Jusr describe a process or a diagram and Whimsical will generate a visual flowchart or mind map of anything you describe. .
marathon — Cross-platform test runner written for Android and iOS projects
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🎁 Bonus Content
📌 OTHER INTERESTING STUFF
- How to Showcase Your Value Without Bragging
- The work is never just “the work”
- How Google Measures and Manages Tech Debt
⭐ LAST WEEK'S MOST READ
- The Definitive Guide to API Test Automation With Playwright by Butch Mayhew
- I’m a quality engineer and I’m not sure how I feel about that by Joep Schuurkes
- How to Get That Bug Fixed? by Lina Zubyte
😂 And Finally,
Keep Smiling and have a fun week.
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