9 Common Errors Made During API Testing

API stands for Application programming interface. It is a generic piece of software utility which accepts input parameters and provide desired output based on the specific business logic. When we talk about API development then such process requires a strict testing in terms of security, business logic processing, valid input data parameters, data type, etc. If testing for any API is not conducted thoroughly then such API will be flawed with number of issues and those issues can lead to malfunctioning of partner application and even security breaches throughout their…

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Define Your Test Strategy Because Agile Does Not Mean Unstructured

Introduction Today, the software methodology has migrated from SDLC to Agile to make the model more adaptive to the last minute changes. Though the Agile methodology is practiced widely across the software industries but still testing phase is a very important phase and there cannot be any substitute to it. As we write the test strategy in SDLC, the same test strategy is expected for the Agile model. Test strategy in the Agile model cannot be unstructured but concise and to the point. At the time of writing test strategy…

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Top 15 Common Selenium Exceptions You’ve Probably Seen

Good Luck with your Selenium Test scripts! Introduction Execution of the test script using Selenium API for automation are not always smooth and the test script developer encounters scenarios which are inevitable and often result in the breaking of the test script that generates unexpected test results. Such unprecedented test results or scenarios are known as exceptions. In this article we are going to discuss in detail about the 15 common Selenium exceptions which are frequently encountered by the test script developer during execution of the test automation scripts using…

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Documentation in Agile: How Much and When to Write It?

The agile methodology does not follow the phased approach like SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle) and therefore it requires very less documentation in order to accomplish the project completion. But Agile methodology at the same time cannot be misunderstood with no Documentation in Agile model, instead, we need only those details documented for the project which are actually required to run the project and nothing more than this. The following documentation approaches are recommended for the Agile methodology. 1. Working software over all-inclusive documentation: The end goal of Agile methodology…

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Tutorial #9: Mantis Bug Tracker: Other functionalities

In Mantis Tutorial series if you missed any article then please checkout article list here: Mantis Bug Tracker Tutorial Series Mantis Bug tracker offers some advanced features while reporting an issue. These features are described below: Versions Versions are related to projects. A user can create a version of a project. When reporting an issue, a user can see 3 versions field on the page: Product Version: This field tells us the in which version the bug was reported.Target Version: This field version denotes in which version the issue should…

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