Lettuce vs Cucumber

Lettuce and Cucumber For those that don’t know, Lettuce and Cucumber are different frameworks that utilize BDD (behavior driven development.)  BDD is a form of greater specification, which works well for test engineers and QA Automation specialists. Tests are written in a human readable format, such as: Given a visitor Continue Reading

Audio Isolation for Testing Audio

Related posts: http://sdet.us/rtmfp-audio-quality-automation/ http://sdet.us/webrtc-audio-quality-automation-with-pesq/) As part of testing is putting elements in isolation, this approach can be used in the previous posts I made about testing WebRTC & RTMFP (http://sdet.us/webrtc-audio-quality-automation-with-pesq/)  For example, if you want to know the audio quality difference of audio reaching an end point, through the internet Continue Reading

Web Automation Open Source Choices

Without considering language, web automation has a variety of choices available that are open source. Groovy/Grails: GEB – http://www.gebish.org Watij – http://watij.com Java: Selenium/Webdriver Watij – http://watij.com Ruby/Rails: Capybara Watir-webdriver – http://watirwebdriver.com Analysis I tend to omit Java choices right away, due to Java being so code bloated.  I think for QA, having code Continue Reading