As per the official Jenkins wiki information, a Jenkins freestyle project is a typical build job or task. This may be as simple as building or packaging an application, running tests, building or sending a report, or even merely running few commands.
When a developer comes up with unit tests, there are multiple ways through which they try to optimize the test code. Reduction of code size by reusing the existing code is one way of achieving the same.
Software testing is fueling the IT sector forward by scaling up the test process and continuous product delivery. Currently, this profession is in huge demand, as it needs certified testers with expertise in automation testing.
Being web developers, we are hardly satisfied by the dimensions of our elements on the web page. What if I could increase that image width to 30px more? Or maybe 20%?
Automation testing and Continuous Integration (CI) are integral parts of the development and test activity. Selenium test automation is one such approach that helps in the end-to-end testing of the web product.
In the on-going ‘Selenium MSTest testing tutorial’ series, we earlier had a look at setting up the MSTest framework in Visual Studio. It was a getting started guide with a major focus on the installation of the Selenium MSTest framework and MSTest adapter for the project.
“More than 88% of online shoppers say they are unlikely to return to a website after a bad user experience.” Source User experience is the guiding principle for consumer-first businesses.
Automation Testing is an integral part of the testing process. The primary objective of any type of testing process (automation or manual) is to improve the product quality by reporting bugs & getting them fixed by the development team.
Taking over from its predecessor, Jenkins, GitLab CI is a continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) server. It helps development teams to test code from a centralized location, all while providing built-in integration with Git repositories.