Posted on April 9, 2018Categories Quality Assurance, TechnologyTags , ,   Leave a comment on Cypress.IO Shortcomings — Pattern or Die

Cypress.IO Shortcomings — Pattern or Die

Digging into Cypress.IO in a sprint to replace my almost-completely-useless stack of Selenium IDE tests for Store Locator Plus, I’ve run into some issues that seem to go beyond my lack of knowledge with the tool. Yes, it is a great step in the right direction and it can be man-handled to do what I need.  For now.   But tools should not be forcing you to do things a specific way. That are supposed to make you more efficient, no re-train … Continue reading “Cypress.IO Shortcomings — Pattern or Die”

Posted on February 15, 2018Categories JavaScript, Quality AssuranceTags , , , , , , , 1 Comment on CypressIO Simplifies Web App Testing

CypressIO Simplifies Web App Testing

After discussing projects over the past week, one of the guys at Automattic brought up CypressIO.   If you’ve been following the recent posts on Lance.Bio you know that the path to running automated web testing has run from Selenium IDE, the QA tool of choice for the past few years for Store Locator Plus, to recent forays into Selenium Webdriver.      Webdriver is powerful but difficult to code and soon led to the discovery of WebdriverIO, then Mocha and … Continue reading “CypressIO Simplifies Web App Testing”

Posted on April 18, 2017Categories Quality Assurance, TechnologyTags , , , , 6 Comments on Selenium IDE Rollups With Arguments

Selenium IDE Rollups With Arguments

As I prepare another release of Store Locator Plus with some new features I’ve decided it is time to up my QA-fu with Selenium.   I’ve been using Selenium IDE for a while now and find that , despite being free, it is one of the best user experience testing tools out there.    I’ve paid for a few testing tools over the years and I always come back to Selenium IDE.     The paid tools are do not … Continue reading “Selenium IDE Rollups With Arguments”