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TLDR; An example of modelling the application flow of a simple functionality. Modelling helps think through coverage and test ideas and think about what next for your testing.
I chose the very simple I Feel Lucky functionality on Google to use as an example application for modelling to support exploratory testing. I recorded the modelling session and explained my thought processes as I went.
TLDR; A new course. And some blog posts…
I was asked a question over email, and I’m paraphrasing the essence as, “given our project issues what tool can we use to automatically pull out all this data and automate the app to let us test it properly?”.
Unfortunately most of the time, when I’m asked this, the answer isn’t what people want to hear.
TLDR; The formal api documentation specifications ecosystems have tools that can help create documentation more easily and use the documentation to automatically validate e.g. Dredd, Swagger and StopLight
I’m working on an API for The Pulper, and I want to write documentation in a formal spec and use tools to validate it. Sounds Easy.
TLDR; Two online events, one workshop, a podcast, and a tonne of Patreon content.
TLDR; A simple link checker running from a snippet or console has some secondary advantages like jumping to the links and showing CSP and CORB errors
TLDR; AccelQ tool helps automate web applications and APIs using a DSL rather than programming language
TLDR; Another month of lots of patreon content, with a few conferences and links
TLDR; Another month of lots of patreon content, code reviews and a few blog posts and links
Writing a Chrome Extension is pretty easy (getting it in the Chrome Store is much harder!). In this post I describe the steps to handling if your extension is rejected.