Welcome to the 38th edition of Coding Jag brought to you by LambdaTest!👐
Risk-based testing is an approach that we have been advocating for over the past few years. It comprises the idea that our tests should be based on risks to the product, which means testing for the highest impact and failure. However, most organizations still don’t practice risk-based testing systematically. But there is a good reason for this: software product risks are often terribly difficult to assess!
Check out this edition as we look into classic risk management along with some curated reads around automation, tools,, and more!
Don't let a slow end-to-end test suite lead you to abandon your automation efforts. Here are five ways you can improve your test execution times.
What’s particularly interesting about shape is also how we can determine shape by how we choose to observe something. And testing is very much about observing. So let’s dig into this particular rabbit hole.
An app’s interface creates the crucial first impression, and UI/UX testing ensures that the impression is positive. Read this post to learn why UI/UX and usability testing are an integral part of the QA process.
Risk-based testing is the practice of modelling potential system failure modes as product risks to support test scoping, scaling, and prioritization. Here we outline a risk-based manifesto to inform your own risk-based testing strategy.
Read the blog as Natallia Pleshkun shares some great facts on dev teams, processes, and quality that can be your silver bullet in the long run.
Is your software team looking for an assistant? Here are six ways AI and ML are changing the game on performance engineering.
In this guide, Nicole van der Hoeven from k6 walks us through the basics of the load testing process, from planning to reporting and analysis you need to know before you run your first load test.
Follow our comprehensive Selenium WebDriver Tutorial With Python. Learn how to set it up correctly and start using it for automation testing.
No doubt that Cypress is a good tool for browser testing, not so good if you are testing end2end web pages with iframes or popups, but with a few tweaks here and there. Check out how!
Check this experiment with Appium as a testing framework to understand the possibilities of introducing it as the very first automated mobile testing system at TUI/Musement and also to share the impressions with the testing community.
Lessons Zhimin Zhan learned from 15 years of hands-on experience in Test Automation and Continuous Testing.
TestNG and JUnit are the most widely used Java-based test automation frameworks. In this blog, we look at the core differences between TestNG and JUnit frameworks for Selenium automation testing.
Healenium is an AI-powered open-source library for improving the stability of Selenium-based tests, handling changes of updated elements.
When Datadog shows you something has happened with your software at a system level, Ozcode takes you on an observability journey down to code level.
Create powerful dashboards in minutes. Share with your teams, or integrate with your platform. Drive growth in your business today!
Download stock illustration packs for websites, applications, and web design. Royalty-Free empty state illustrations library in vector SVG Ai PNG.
In this Fuzzy Quality Episode #7, the host, Adam Leon Smith, talks to Micah Carroll about his paper on evaluating the robustness of collaborative agents.
In this video of the Jenkins Tutorial, we will see how to install and set up Jenkins Servers and install Mavens. We will also look at adding a Jenkins Controller & a Local Jenkins Agent Node and other details in the process.
In this episode, Diana Oks, an automation engineer at Vulcan Cyber, explains the benefits of using a low-code solution and how it can simplify your workflow.
Thanks for subscribing to Coding Jag. The most comprehensive, crisp & telling newsletter around the testing world.
Sit back and relax. Our newsletter would be there in your inbox every week to supercharge your wisdom around:
You can Unsubscribe any time.
It’s good to have you aboard!
- The Coding Jag Crew
P.S. - If you can’t wait, feel free to check out our latest edition.