Brick Sorter

Today I am not writing about software testing, but about a programming project. I was interested in how machine learning works and was looking for an application example. I decided on a sorting machine with which blocks such as Lego can be sorted, called the Brick Sorter. The project was very interesting and varied. Not… Continue reading Brick Sorter

Test documentation

In my past, I have seen different sorts of test documentation. From no test documentation at all, to very detailed test documentation with test cases with single steps and the expected behavior. On this page I will explain the extent of test documentation I consider useful. Of course, this always depends on the context in… Continue reading Test documentation

Why I like Cypress for test automation

I am using https://www.cypress.io/ for about a year now and I think it is great. In my opinion it offers the following good features: The Cypress Test Runner supports you very well for developing or maintaining tests. You receive fast feedback. When you save the test, the Test Runner immediately runs the test. You can… Continue reading Why I like Cypress for test automation

Automated responsive website testing

Content is several years old and will probably no longer be up-to-date. Automated responsive website testing with Galen Framework Introduction In this post I outline how to implement automated responsive website testing. But from my point of view it is also important to test a website with real devices, to feel the behavior and whether it… Continue reading Automated responsive website testing

Acceptance testing with SpecFlow and Selenium WebDriver

Content is several years old and will probably no longer be up-to-date. Acceptance testing with SpecFlow and Selenium WebDriver Introduction Today I write about my experiences with the introduction of a solution for developing and performing acceptance testing for a web application using SpecFlow. The test scenarios should be developed textually in the language of… Continue reading Acceptance testing with SpecFlow and Selenium WebDriver

Compare Screenshots with Selenium WebDriver

Content is several years old and will probably no longer be up-to-date. Use case and motivation Sometimes it‘s necessary to test the design or the correct position of one or more elements on a website. In this case, it could be useful to compare screenshots of the tested website with a reference screenshot. And it’s a… Continue reading Compare Screenshots with Selenium WebDriver