Selenium 4 is now W3C compliant; what does it mean for you?

Posted by KISHORE | Posted On January 7th, 2021 | General

What is Selenium WebDriver Selenium WebDriver drives a browser natively, as a real user would, either locally or on remote machines. Works in all major browsers With Selenium 4, the WebDriver is now a W3C compliant Introduction to Selenium 4 Selenium 4 is launching soon, with that Selenium WebDriver fully adopted the W3C WebDriver protocol, and..

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Quality at the Speed of Agile & DevOps

Posted by KISHORE | Posted On December 24th, 2020 | QA, Quality Assurance

Projects using waterfall often have release cycles measured in months (some even years). Agile and scrum revolutionized so much in software by being able to ship at the end of each sprint – it could be anywhere from weeks to days, even to hours in some projects. DevOps often has automated deployments scheduled multiple times..

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Encrypted REST – API Performance Testing using JMeter

Posted by KISHORE | Posted On October 15th, 2020 | API Testing, Performance Testing, QA

The Problem Statement It’s becoming more common practice in developing end-to-end encrypted REST APIs or Microservices (i.e. request/response body, headers, and even request URL paths are being encrypted) to enhance security, especially, in the industries such as finance, banking, insurance, healthcare, legal tech, travel, etc.  Now, let’s imagine a scenario where API is being completely encrypted..

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key takeaways from World Quality Report 19-20

Posted by KISHORE | Posted On July 14th, 2020 | Quality Assurance

WQR has huge content and very useful, I tried to keep very short here in this post, hope that helps the audience –   Here are key takeaways from World Quality Report 19-20 key business drivers such as business growth, end-user satisfaction, cost control, and security, are the indicators for the importance of quality. QA is helping business..

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