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Tips & Tricks, New Features

API testing with Boozang and JSON server

We are really excited to announce that Boozang now provides unlimited API testing for FREE so I’m reposting some relevant blog posts. In this exercise, we use the NPM package JSON-server to emulate a REST API locally. We then use Boozang to create a data-driven API test consisting of create-operations and edit-operations, along with validations. I based this post on the blog post from Sebastien Eschweiler: https://medium.com/codingthesmartway-com-blog/create-a-rest-api-with-json-server-36da8680136d. It’s a great […]

Tips & Tricks, New Features

A new API testing view in Boozang

We are really excited to announce that Boozang now provides unlimited API testing for FREE so I’m reposting some relevant blog posts. By introducing a new set of API testing features in Boozang, we provide a single browser-based solution for both API and UI tests, allowing for a unified testing process based on Cucumber / BDD, fully integrated to JIRA / XRay.

Tips & Tricks, New Features

Under the hood: Call flows

It can be helpful to look at the application’s call flows to understand the inner workings. For a casual user, this is, of course, not necessary. Nevertheless, I created this blog post for users who wants to know what goes on “under the hood” of Boozang. 

Tips & Tricks, New Features

Element Selectors

Having a good element selection policy is key to good test automation. Why is this so hard? We believe it doesn’t have to be.

Tips & Tricks, New Features

Getting more out of Cucumber logs

Using Cucumber to do Behaviour driven development (BDD) is great but sometimes a single bug can have impacts on several tests. This article tries to address this.

News, New Features

New feature: Code Editor

We are super excited to introduce an enhanced code editor. This means it will be easier to find mistakes in Javascript, and easier to troubleshoot problems.

Tips & Tricks, New Features

Logic and Loops using groups

This post explains the changes we made on groups to simplify handling logic and loops. We introduce group types that guide the user when solving more advanced test automation challenges. 

Tips & Tricks, New Features

Distributed testing, part 2

In this article, we continue discussing distributed testing and take a closer look at scopes and groups. We also introduce multi-agent testing, which is an example of using test scopes.

News, New Features

Distributed testing, part 1

Introduction We are working on a series of improvements to our platform. These consists of Improving support for parallel test runs Better job distribution Support for multi-agent tests Test handoff Improving parallelism stems from the need to shorten execution times. In end-to-end tests, execution times are often very long. In a tool where test creation is fast (such as Boozang), long execution times dictate the upper limit of test coverage. […]

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