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Aug 3, 2023

5 Best Codeless Test Automation Tools (2023)

The primary advantages of all these tools are the same; Speed, Ease and Test Reliability. With intuitive user interfaces, tests can be created and maintained faster and without coding experience.

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Aug 2, 2023

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🎥 Testing Automate Slow Elements

This video covers the basics of working with slow elements. It shows how to use different Wait For options, including Wait For Enabled, and discusses time-based pauses and why waiting is generally better.

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Jul 25, 2023

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Automated Testing Glossary

Common terms in automation testing and what they mean.

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Jul 20, 2023

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🎥 Testing Navigation

This video looks at some basic navigation Nodes in DoesQA, including Go To, Back, Forward and Reload.

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Jul 18, 2023

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Is retrying failed automated tests a good idea?

Retrying failed automated tests can be useful for diagnosing flaky tests, but should not be a method to ignore or dismiss them.

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Jul 12, 2023

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Should you only use a single testing framework?

No, using only one testing framework can limit the effectiveness of testing, just like painting a room with only one brush.

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Nov 11, 2023

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How many Quality Engineers are too many? What is a good ratio?

The ideal ratio of Quality Engineers to Developers varies based on project complexity and size, but a commonly suggested range is 3-4 developers per Quality Engineer

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Jul 10, 2023

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Are developers good testers?

While developers have valuable skills, they're not necessarily the best testers as their perspective may be biased towards their own code.

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Jul 7, 2023

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Should you stop testing once you find a defect?

No, finding a defect should not stop your testing process; there may be other bugs or issues that need identification and resolution.

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Jul 6, 2023

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How do you prioritize QA with no spare time?

Quality Assurance (QA) must always be prioritized; skimping on QA can lead to critical issues post-release that consume more time and resources.

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Jul 5, 2023

Should I test on multiple browsers?

Yes, you should test your application on multiple browsers to ensure consistent user experience across different platforms.

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Jul 4, 2023