Generic Scenario Context for Cucumber

How to Share Test Context between Cucumber Steps, in this post we will explain it and share our implementation Scenario Context class holds the test data information explicitly. It helps you store values in a key-value pair between the steps. Moreover, it helps in organizing step definitions better rather than using private variables in step definition classes.

How to create jenkins generic runner based on cucumber tags

Today we are going to jump a little bit in CI/CD with a generic jenkins runner based on cucumber tags. In this post will be detailed explained how to configure the runner and how to create the generic profile on real project, let’s start… Creating maven profile based on failsafe plugin to run CucumberRunner. The

Abstraction in Page Object Model

First, let Pine Tree State justify the expression”Abstraction”, what will it mean? once can we use it? Abstraction may be a technique utilized in package style that aims to change logical entities code illustration and permits the software developer to “hide” advanced implementations. The goal is to make an abstract (simple) layers which can solely

How To Improve Your Assertions Using AssertJ

Overview: As you might already know,Fluent APIs make your code readable and easily maintainable. We already have seen few articles on designing Page Objects and Business Workflows in fluent style. In this article, Lets see how we could include fluent assert statements for your automated tests using AssertJ library. Take a look at the examples


Overview: I have come across this question many times from people that how to test rest api using selenium webdriver. You could see many related questions in People who are new to test automation sometimes do not understand that Selenium is only for automating the web based applications.  However if you would like to do

Best Practices – Inspecting Selenium Tests Code Quality Using SonarQube

Overview: In the good old days, automation scripts were mostly record and playback! That was because most of the people who were doing automation were manual testers turned into automation engineers. It was rare to see a a good framework for automated testing. Now situation is completely different. Thanks to DevOps process – everyone understands the

REST-assured: how to check the user sorting

In this post we will show the easiest way to test the request with returns a bunch of users. The main goal of the request is to sort the users by a specific field, so let’s dive in this problem. What do we have? We have a request with will return a JSON with a

Java Adapter Pattern explanation

Let us return to the consideration of structural design patterns. This time we will look at a design pattern called Adapter (also called the Wrapper along with the Facade pattern). This article will talk about the following: Object adapter Class Adapter The difference between the adapter and the facade An example of using an adapter

Rest-Assured best practice

Testing RESTful Web Services can be cumbersome because you have to deal with low-level concerns which can make your tests verbose, hard to read and to maintain. Fortunately, there are libraries and best practices helping you to keep your integration tests concise, clean, decoupled and maintainable. This post covers those best practices. Use Reusable RequestSpecifications

REST-assured: useful tips

In this article, I gathered useful tips on using REST-assured, one of the most common Java libraries to automate REST-API testing. All examples are vital, they are collected from my practice of conducting code-review in more than 10 projects with automation tests. Take end-points to a separate place. It would seem that this is obvious.