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Overview Continuous Testing is necessary for keeping pace with Agile and DevOps. It is a great way to ensure your product is released to the market at quality customers expect. While continuous testing is beneficial in many ways, it can also be challenging. By providing truthful answers to the What-When-Why questions, in this article, we will walk you through the general knowledge of continuous testing, its benefits and how to measure success. What is continuous testing? Continuous Testing is a software testing type in which the product is evaluated early, often, and throughout the entire Continuous Delivery (CD) process. Continuous testing uses automated tests to ensure teams receive immediate feedback to quickly mitigate as many risks as possible throughout the software development lifecycle. Moreover, team members are able to continuously learn about their product and what can be done to increase quality and reliability. Importance of Continuous Testing Find errors: Ensure as many errors are found before being released to production Test early and often: Tested throughout the development, delivery, testing, and deployment cycles Accelerate testing: Run parallel performance tests to increase testing execution speed Increase release rate: Speed up delivery to production and release faster Reduce business risks: Assess

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Overview The adoption of continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) is on a rise, this growth possibly indicates the way how modern developers approach building great products. In the present context, CI/CD is at the core of DevOps, and both CI and CD constitute two of the most important processes in any DevOps pipeline. In this article, we will provide you with more insights into this notion, their benefits and how these practices are performed.  What is Continuous Integration Continuous Integration is a development practice that allows you to continuously integrate code into a single shared and easy to access repository.  In a CI practice, developers build, run, and test code on their own workstations before committing code to the version control repository. After changes are made to the repository, a chain of events is put into motion. A typical first step in this chain is to build the latest version of source code. If the build is successful, unit tests are executed. If unit testing succeeds, the build is deployed to test environments where system tests are performed (usually using automated tests). The team is notified about the status of this process, and a report is delivered to

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Gartner is recognized as the leading provider of research and analysis of the IT industry. Its annual report usually takes a consumer-focused approach to apply recommendation for DevOps teams. To give you more insight into the software testing industry, in this article, we will outline the three latest findings in this technology business field. Best Software Test Automation Software of Q1 2019  (reviewed by customers)   Recently, Gartner announced the result of its annual Gartner Peer Insights “Voice of the Customer”: Software Test Automation publication. The report’s result is evaluated based on end-users’ reviews and criteria given by Gartner in order to help product makers gain deeper insight into certain types of product offerings. All Gartner reviews go through a strict analysis and evaluation process to ensure they are qualified, high accuracy, and authentic. To be selected as a Customer’s Choice, vendors have to meet the requirement that owning a product aligned with relevant markets, receive an overall rating of 4.2 or higher out of 5 stars and have at least 50 approved customer reviews. The followings are the top choices of the Gartner Peer Insights ‘Voice of the Customer’ in the Software Test Automation industry.   Katalon Studio Katalon

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SOAPUI Introduction SOAPUI is one of the most popular tools for functional and non-functional testing since the day of its first version released in October 2005 by Ole Lensmer. This is a defacto tool for web services testing including SOAP and Rest API. But before moving ahead why not we talk about SOAP. SOAP stands for Simple Object Access Protocol. This protocol is used by the computers to exchange information in the form of XML, JSON on the computer network using HTTP or other Transfer Protocols. We will learn more about SOAP but here we should also see some more details of SOAPUI tool. More Facts: Its cross-platform open source testing tool developed in Java. So can be used on any of the JDK supporting operating system(Like Windows, Linux and Mac) SOAPUI provide easy to use graphical interface along with enterprise-class feature which enables developers and QA to write(create) and execute functional, regression, security and load test. It supports spectra of protocols like SOAP, REST, HTTP(s), AMF, JMS and JDBC( Database testing) and many more make SOAPUI a very acceptable tool for the testing of web services. It was developed in Eviware in 2005 and in 2011 acquired by SmartBear. Since SOAPUI is

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Recently one of my friend has gone for interview in one of the leading travel domain company where he was asked about Array and ArrayList and interviewer was keen about performance of value insertion in Array and ArrayList. So lets begin with small introduction of Array and ArrayList. Array is a data structure defined in core java which stores multiple data of same type (Can store Object as well) and it is of fixed size.But if you want to learn more about Array and its implementation then I would suggest you, Read Arrays in Java and its implementation in WebDriver. Similarly ArrayList is part of Collection Framework which store similar kind of Objects and in the core of it, it use array. So if you want to learn more about ArrayList then I would suggest you to read Java Doc For ArrayList . So up to now we understand that both stores the data of same type but one have primitive data type along with object and other only takes object. But this is not the only thing that we need to remember. There are some parameters over which we need to analyse. Primitive: Array can store primitive data type like

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Nowadays interview’s conducted for Automation Engineers are having lots of Java Question. Sometimes the same question with small changes is asked which have multiple approaches to implement. One of the most favourite parts in java for Automation Engineers is String. So here I am listing top 5 String questions asked in Interview and I am pretty sure you would find it helpful and will answer these question easily if asked by an interviewer. But if you want to learn about String in Java, then I would suggest you, read Exploring String class in Java. For more java tutorial I would suggest reading Java Tutorial. Question 1: Write a program to reverse a string. Input String:  “This is the string to reverse” Final Output: “esrever ot gnirts eht si sihT” Answer:  Above question can be answered in many ways but here I am going to post two solutions. In which one is the simplest without giving much stress to mind just by using basic java concept and the second one is the most efficient that I have found(This solution can be used in reversing array as well) Solution 1:  First, we will receive the string (Either in form of variable or Scanner method)

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The most important part in any kind of automation is, identifying various elements over which we want to perform an action and when it comes to web application or android application automation using Selenium WebDriver or Appium, we fall for Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer to find the right set of XPath or CSS selector. For the same, all most

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Hello all, Katalon team is excited to announce the release of Katalon Studio 5.8 to bringing to you an all-new experience for your API/Web Service testing project: Instantly import Web service requests with Quick Start Wizard The Quick Start wizard allows you to quickly import Swagger 2.0/WSDL definition, create draft REST/SOAP requests, or try out with different testing requirements. When

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During automation in Selenium, you will come across various exceptions and need to deal with them. Even if you work with other automation testing tools such as Katalon Studio, you may still face these types of exceptions (because Katalon Studio is built on top of Selenium). They are, however, more easily fixable than bugs or errors as they can throw logical

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