Welcome to the 10th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!
Being a tester, how often do you Google this “When will Selenium 4 Be Released?”
Ah yes, that’s the most frequently asked question.
The entire QA fraternity has been eagerly waiting for the release of Selenium 4 that was originally scheduled for late 2018; the release date has since been pushed back, just like with Selenium 3. However, the Selenium 4 Alpha was released in April of 2019, which can now be downloaded from the Selenium official website.
With Selenium 4 promising to have features like relative locators, window/tab management, and the Chrome DevTools APIs, curiosity has gone a step ahead. To calm you down, Angie Jones will unleash the capabilities of Selenium 4 and test-drive some of its new features.
It’s not just all; Simon Stewart, the creator of Selenium WebDriver, will talk about what new features and changes you can expect in Selenium 4.
In this edition, we have hand-picked news and updates, creating a buzz in the testing space, which accounts for some of the week’s exciting stories. From the release of Selenium 4 to the upcoming EuroStar Testing Conference, we have something to suit everyone’s interest.
In this post I will describe some examples what I stole from the best developers during the years of working as a software tester.
In this blog post Nilanjan will describe how to create a defect catalog for Infrastructure as Code as part of DevOps.
Angie Jones takes this opportunity to answer some of your detailed questions about the new features in Selenium 4. Enjoy the FAQs!
Machine Learning has long passed the hype associated with being “The Next Big Thing.” But, how does machine learning work for Software quality? Check out how
For all the new programmers starting out, you don't have to learn each and everything under the sun. Choose what you want to specialize in.
Shrini, a Tester driven by curiosity and relentless question “what if,” takes you through his 20 years of software testing journey.
Learn how Netflix uses GraphQL federation for its API architecture, offering a unified, curated API powered by decoupled back-end services.
This post will guide you through the steps required to set up a performance test suite using the tools Gatling, Apache Maven, and IntelliJ+Scala Plugin, along with how to install the required software.
Selenium Grid is packed with features for Selenium test automation. This Selenium 4 tutorial will guide you in performing Distributed Testing.
Writing automated tests for third-party services can be a massive pain. Here are some strategies to make the process a bit easier for you and your team.
Discover 10 Selenium custom capabilities to simplify your life as a tester and learn how to generate test reports using TestProject OpenSDK automatically.
Looking for a Jenkins alternative but unsure how to pick the right one? Don't worry - we have got you covered! Here's a list of 21 of the best Jenkins alternatives. Read Now to choose the best that suits your needs.
This article will help you quickly compare and evaluate the best load testing tools and other performance testing tools to test your applications in the real world.
What Chrome extensions are you using? In this post, you will go through some of the top Chrome extensions, which can turn into an ultimate tool for software testers.
DevOps testing strategy can be simplified, emphasizing more on team effort. It always prioritizes the best working shift that can be conclusive about the timing and frequency of testing practice by a developer in an automated fashion.
Have you tried Selenium 4 yet? In this episode, the creator of Selenium WebDriver, Simon Stewart, talks about new features.
Jonathon chats with Joel Montvelisky of PractiTest about changes in the testing world and how testers and quality assurance managers can keep up.
EuroSTAR is an independent and all-inclusive community where Software Testers can collaboratively work towards evolving their profession while fulfilling their professional potential. EuroSTAR welcomes testers through a thriving annual conference.
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