We will use Puppeteer to create a very simple application, that launches a Chrome headless browser session from the command line, reads an HTML report from the console, and closes the browser. This example is useful as many automation frameworks will output “All tests completed! after a successful test run, so we use this a as trigger command to close the browser. (more…)
In this blog post, we will use Chome Puppeteer together with Boozang to run tests from the command line, and automatically trigger email notifications. Email notifications are supported in Boozang out of the box, so we can easily monitor a live system by driving regression test suite from a simple bash script, for instance by a cronjob or CI server. (more…)
We are proud to announce a new professional services partner for Boozang, Likha Solutions.
Likha solutions provides an end-to-end assessment of your test processes and can help you in your transition to modern software engineering approaches, such as Continuous Integration and DevOps.
Our mission has been loud and clear since the beginning: make testing easy for all! That’s why this week we’re extra happy that we finally have a step-by-step video guide built right into Boozang. Just click on the Question Mark button and select Video Helper – and voila! Here are some of the topics you can find under the video helper: Settings, for example: “Set default application root URL” (more…)
We’re happy to announce that Boozang is launching today at 3PM! Come meet us at @d3centre for some cake. If you can’t make it, be sure to visit our brand new homepage and check out the new user-friendly tool interface.
New Google Chrome Extension
The extension from Boozang allows you to do workflow automation from any site with one click of a button regardless of access rights.
Wensheng and Mats