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How to Run .NET Core Selenium Tests in Azure DevOps

If you’re interested in running .NET Core Selenium Tests in Azure DevOps, then you’ve come to the right place. In my newest video, I will provide a detailed walk-through that will demonstrate step-by-step how run your .NET Core tests – specifically Selenium tests – using both Visual Studio and Azure DevOps. And as always, if you need any help with Azure DevOps, just know that Imaginet is here to help. Our Imaginet Certified DevOps and…

Cordova PhoneGap Testing Part 2

In Part 1 of this two part series, I talked about many of the considerations and trade-offs you’ll have to make when coming up with a plan for testing your Cordova app. The ultimate goal is to create a plan that effectively uses each level of testing so that your team can deliver a high quality app in an efficient manner. In this article, I will explain in detail each level of testing so you can understand the…

Cordova/PhoneGap Testing Part 1: The Testing Landscape and Developing a Test Plan

Cordova/PhoneGap Testing Part 1

The main goals of software testing are to evaluate the application’s quality, to validate that features work as expected, and to provide feedback on usability and functionality. As with any step of the development process, shorter feedback loops are always better. The purpose of this article is to provide an overview of the testing landscape specifically as it relates to apps built using Apache Cordova/PhoneGap. Doing so should help you create the shortest feedback loop…

Best Practices of Automated UI Testing — Part 1

Many of us know about the benefits of automated UI testing. Leveraging automated, repeatable tests that can be executed with frequency over time results in increased software quality and a reduction in overall software development costs. But knowing the benefits isn’t enough. Knowing the absolute best way to create and maintain your automated tests is critically important to maximize your benefits. Improper practices often leads to team frustration, rework, and even abandonment of the practice….