Category Archives: JavaScript

Broken links with Cypress

How To Find Broken Links Using Cypress [With Examples]

Have you ever experienced a 404 error? From an end user’s perspective, a 404 error (or broken link) experience can be a complete turn-off. Apart from annoying end-user experience, broken links (or dead links) on a website can dampen the SEO (Search Engine Optimization) activity.

August 5, 2021
JavaScript • Cypress Testing •
JavaScript Testing Best Practice

13 JavaScript Testing Best Practices You Should Know

JavaScript allows complete freedom when it comes to developing web applications.Period! Using JavaScript provides enhanced functionality to your site and helps you adopt the latest web design trends while ensuring a great user experience.

Arnab Roy Chowdhury
July 26, 2021
JavaScript • Automation Testing •

Introduction To Cypress Test Automation Framework

The demand for modernized automation tools has increased exponentially with the need to deliver products faster to the market. One of the reasons is the development of modernized web applications using frameworks like React, Angular, Vue, etc.

July 1, 2021
Cypress Testing • JavaScript •

How To Perform Automation Testing With Cucumber And Nightwatch JS?

One of the key features of the agile way of software development is the combination of DevOps and automation testing.

Harita Ravindranath
June 28, 2021
Automation • JavaScript •

Automated Cross Browser Testing With Jasmine Framework & Selenium

In today’s fast-paced world of software development, we have new technologies and languages for development coming on very frequently. With this comes several testing and automation tools and frameworks in the related market.

Kritika Murari
June 22, 2021
Automation • Cross Browser Testing • JavaScript •
Headless Browser Testing Using Nightwatch JS

E2E Headless Browser Testing Using Nightwatch JS

Headless browsers are gaining popularity as a viable option for testing web applications. As we all know, web browsers are an integral part of automation testing using Selenium Webdriver.

Harita Ravindranath
June 16, 2021
Automation • JavaScript •
JavaScript Alert in Selenium WebDriver

How to Handle JavaScript Alert in Selenium WebDriver Using Python?

Alert windows are widely used across websites where an alert message acts as a mode to ‘interrupt’ the current flow of the user journey. A simple example of a JavaScript alert would be someone filling in details on the sign-up page and submitting the details without entering some mandatory information.

Praveen Mishra
May 31, 2021
JavaScript • Selenium Python •

How To Generate Mocha Reports With Mochawesome?

“Testing leads to failure, and failure leads to understanding.” Burt Rutan It goes without saying that the very essence of testing lies in locating issues so that they can be worked upon. This results in a better-quality & well-performing web application (or website) that is important in building a positive customer experience.

May 24, 2021
Automation • JavaScript •

Automation Testing with Selenium JavaScript [Tutorial]

Automation testing is an integral part of software development. When it comes to web applications, it is essential to test the user interface to ensure that a flawless experience is delivered to the end-users.

Harita Ravindranath
May 14, 2021
JavaScript • Automation •
How To Use JavaScriptExecutor

How To Use JavaScriptExecutor in Selenium WebDriver?

Webdriver is a tool that requires no introduction in the Selenium automation testing domain. Webdriver is an open-source collection of APIs which is used for testing web applications across different browsers and platforms to verify whether it is working as expected or not.

Harita Ravindranath
May 3, 2021
JavaScript • Selenium Webdriver •