Links tagged: testing
ngrok - secure introspectable tunnels to localhost
Public URLs for exposing your local web server.Spend more time programming. One command for an instant, secure URL to your localhost server through any NAT or firewall.
March 29th 2019
Feature Flag and Toggle Management For Continuous Delivery - LaunchDarkly
Eliminate risk and deliver value using feature management in your development cycles. Deploy code when you want. Release features when you're ready. Control your users' experience.
March 5th 2019
Test Double | Our Thinking | testdouble.js vs. sinon.js
I hate "X upstart vs. Y incumbent" technology posts. They're reductive, provocative, and they cherry pick contexts favorable to the Shiny New Thing™ over the older, broader standard-bearer.
March 8th 2018
mabl - ML-driven test automation
The only ML-driven test automation service that automatically maintains tests and identifies regressions for you.
March 5th 2018
TDD is dead. Long live testing. (DHH)
I think that's the direction we're heading. Less emphasis on unit tests, because we're no longer doing test-first as a design practice, and more emphasis on, yes, slow, system tests. (Which btw do not need to be so slow any more, thanks to advances in parallelization and cloud runner infrastructure).
July 20th 2017
Record videos of Nightwatch.js test sessions.
Uses ffmpeg to capture a (remote) webdriver desktop screen.
July 17th 2017
Five Factor Testing - Custom Web & Mobile Development Company | DevMynd
When I took my first real dev job in the late 90s, it was not common for developers to write their own automated tests. Instead, large companies depended on teams of testers, who tested manually, or were experts in complex (and expensive) automation software. Small companies were more likely to depend on code review, months of “integration” after the “development,”…or most commonly: pure hope.
May 12th 2017
Cypress.io: Testing, the way it should be.
Testing, the way it should be.
Cypress helps developers write automated tests for the web.
May 4th 2017
When you write tests against a web page, you need to refer to elements within that web page in order to click links and determine what's displayed. However, if you write tests that manipulate the HTML elements directly your tests will be brittle to changes in the UI. A page object wraps an HTML page, or fragment, with an application-specific API, allowing you to manipulate page elements without digging around in the HTML.
May 3rd 2017
April 19th 2017