Finally, developing tests for web & mobile can be simple 👌 Leverage a single open source SDK to create test automation by using leading programming languages: Python, Java, C# and JavaScript 🔥

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The celebration of TestProject 2.0 milestone was at its best 💃 No wonder it was a full house 🏡 If you haven't heard the exciting news, TestProject 2.0 is now available on-premise 💪 Providing version control and the highest security standards in the market.

This game changing release aligns TestProject’s free test automation platform to today’s agility and fast-paced development, enabling its powerful capabilities now also fully offline with no cloud-footprint.

Over 100,000 users and teams now have the freedom to enjoy the best of both worlds, using either hybrid cloud or on-premise options 🌎

You asked and we delivered! 📩 Read more about the new capabilities & the rest of the features we added to the new version in our blog announcement.

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A/B testing is a user experience research methodology including randomized experiments with 2 variants — A & B. A popular method that helps to determine the best fit for the user audience. For test engineers, it can be a challenging task to test features under A/B testing. They are required to focus on each variant as different application flows 🌊

For example, the login process can have changing variants for different users and the testers will need to test all the possible variations for a single process that is the login.

But how can you make sure the same automation script behaves differently based on different user personas? 🤔 And is it worth investing in automating such flows in the first place? 🙇‍♀️

I decided to tackle these questions in my latest article 💪🏻 Check out the full article here.

I’m excited to share with you my top 5 picks for the most promising testing events you must attend in 2021 📌 I wrote this article in order to make sure our next couple of months will be full of valuable knowledge and excitement!

Online events could serve us in…

I get a lot of questions from people in our community regarding the next step in their test automation career. 👨‍💼 Many of them just finish their software testing courses at college/university but are still wondering how to get into the market with no actual experience. 🎓

There are many…

Test Reports

Selenium is the leading open source solution for web test automation. Furthermore, many of my friends mentioned that it is their preferred functional testing tool. The problem is when it comes to test reports, which are a crucial part of any test automation framework, yet surprisingly enough there are very few dedicated reporting tools for automated testing available out there 😧 As we know, Selenium is only a driver and does not have any built-in features for that.

In this article, I’m reviewing the pros & cons of the 8 notable test reporting solutions for generating Selenium automation reports: TestNG, Extent Reports / Klov, Robot Framework, TestProject’s OpenSDK, Allure, JUnit plugin for Jenkins, JUnit and Azure DevOps.

If you are familiar with additional test automation test reporting tools for Selenium, please share and I’d be happy to add them to my list! 📃

Meital .M.

Head of community at TestProject | Test automation enthusiast by ❤ | Writer | Speaker | blogger.

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