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Due to the limited time and short release cycles, the focus of the engineering team has been always to meet the functional requirements, and intentionally or unintentionally ignoring the non-functional requirements. However, non-functional aspects of the requirements are equally important as functional aspects in order...

Being a top software testing company, we understand that, in today's competitive world we are always running out of time, a good quality bug report from the QA team can reduce the iterations between developer and QA, and help improving the productivity of the whole...

API testing involves testing the application programming interfaces (APIs) directly and as part of integration testing to determine if they meet expectations for functionality, reliability, performance, and security. Since APIs lack a GUI, API testing is performed at the message layer. API testing is critical...

Which is better – An in-house QA or an external QA? Companies have tried the in-house QA route for years. Some tasted success, some did not. But one thing all companies with in-house QA have experienced is the constant struggle to maintain a skilled QA team...

Cypress is a web automation testing tool which is used to automate testing for modern web applications. Cypress doesn’t build on Selenium WebDriver. Cypress is fundamentally and architecturally different than Selenium. It is based on Mocha and Chai syntax which is common amongst the Javascript...

Log analysis is one of the most important aspects of performing effective and efficient software testing. End-to-end functionalities and user interfaces may look right but a QA can never be sure about the product until they make sure that there are no errors or exceptions...

In real life, there are many situations when you have to connect to a database using Jmeter for example: load testing of your database, manipulating (insert, update, delete) data in database during your load test or just fetching some data from database that will be...

By default Jmeter does not provide websocket sampler, however you can download the external binaries and use them with Jmeter to do websocket testing Step 1: Download the following dependent binaries and place them in Jmeter\lib\ext folder. jetty-http-9.1.1.v20140108.jar jetty-io-9.1.1.v20140108.jar jetty-util-9.1.1.v20140108.jar websocket-api-9.1.1.v20140108.jar websocket-client-9.1.1.v20140108.jar websocket-common-9.1.1.v20140108.jar Step 2 Download Jmeter...