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Welcome the 36th edition of Software Testing Notes, a weekly newsletter featuring must-read content on Software Testing. I hope this week has been good for you so far. I have lots of nice reads for you this week, let me know what your favorite is!
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📚 On Testing
The article explores what IoT testing is, its importance in making IoT solutions airtight and different types of IoT testing methods.
Tim Yao found a nice visualization continuous testing in devOps.
Wondering how black box tests can be used as functional tests ? Look no further, Tobias has just written a article about the same.
I’m so happy to see a guide on Game Testing. There’s really not that much material out there on the subject. This post by Harish Rajora walks us through mobile games testing is. what a mobile game tester has to look forward to and how it is different from the testing of mobile apps.
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Quick introduction with practical example on testing async functions in Swift.
Another great piece by Blake Norrish. In this article he writes about how directly automating test cases leads to unwieldy and bloated automation suites that provide little or no value.
This article shows you how to use Postman/Newman to test a specific GraphQL API covered by BFF with a self-hosted Identity Server.
Benjamin Bischoff gives us a great insight on how to approach a new automation task with practical guideline and what questions to ask when starting a new automation task.
There are many ways to handle the OTP in automation. Anton S. shares an article on how to work with Twilio for OTP service with example.
👉 Read all curated stuff on Software Testing Automation here.
Microsoft launched the fully managed Azure service for performance test engineers and developers to perform high scale load testing called Azure Load Testing. Naveen Kumar has taken the service out on the spin and has written an article about it. At first glace it certainly seems to be more expensive one 😃.
Learn what web performance metrics Airbnb tracks, how we measure them, and how we consider tradeoffs between them in practice.
Learn how to use Artillery load testing to detect performance issues in your GraphQL APIs before they become a bigger problem.
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A very detailed guide by Alexander on what containers are, their vulnerabilities and how to provide more security to the containers in Linux systems.
Introduction. What do we call a container?
How dangerous containers are
How to isolate containers in Linux. Standard tools
Additional tools. LSM and overlayfs
"Fat partisans in the forests." Kind of a conclusion
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Last round up article of the year 2021 about all things accessibility testing.
👉Read all curated stuff on Accessibility Testing here.
🛠️ Resources & Tools
OpenReplay — An open-source session replay stack that lets you see and debug what users do on your web app, helping you troubleshoot issues faster.
Image Optimization Test — An online tool to enter a URL to see how well the images are optimized and what you can do to improve them.
scrcpy — Display and control your Android device.
artillery-engine-playwright — Load test with real browsers! Powered by Artillery + Playwright.
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