Looking for a mentor from manual to automation. Please guide me

(satveer) #1

Hi everyone,
I need suggestion about how can I move from manual to automation . I already started selenium with java but I don’t know which scenarios need to automate. what would be beneficial for me, lots of questions in my mind related to automation . Please contact me at satveer.bajwa@gmail.com. Thanks in advance .

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(Ady Stokes) #2

Few links to get you going

https://club.ministryoftesting.com/c/all-testing-talk/automation

https://testautomationu.applitools.com/

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(Emna Ayadi) #3

Hi @satveerqa,
Here few links :

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(Amias Channer) #4

i don’t know why so many people use java with selenium, if you are testing web interfaces then use a nicer language like python or ruby. With java being a compiled language you will have lots more work and much harder debugging to get your tests to work. Also you will need java licences to run your tests , this means at best complex installs and at worst paying cash.

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(Faith Roberts) #5

Yep, I work with python. I looked into java because it seems a lot of companies use but now I’m grateful for python.

Ruby has quite a large learning curve which puts some people off.

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(Tobias Lins) #6

We built Axcept for easy test automation. It’s a visual regression testing tool that is web based and has an easy learning curve. You don’t need to know much about coding, just basic HTML/CSS skills (seletors) are required to get started.
Let me know if you need help!

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(João Farias) #8

Some time ago I shared some links on basics of testing in the QA StackExchange.

Let me copy what is there regarding automation in testing:

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