Category: DevTools

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Playwright Browser and Test Automation

If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that I have a thing for browser and test automation.  Previously, I’ve spent quite a bit of time with both LeapWork and Taiko+Gauge from Thoughtworks. (One of my favorite pieces...

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Simulate Drag and Drop of Files with Playwright

If you’re trying to simulate drag and drop of files in Playwright for testing, you’ll  need to use page.dispatchEvent to accomplish this. There is a short note on how to do this in the docs:

But this is hardly...

Automated UI Testing with Taiko

Previously, I’ve explored automated UI testing with LeapWork, which is a super powerful tool that can empower non-technical QA team members to automate complex scenarios. Today, I’m evaluating another tool called Taiko which is, in some ways, even more productive...

Is Social for the Enterprise Useless?

Is Social for the Enterprise Useless?

There is a key difference when we look at social networks in our personal lives (Facebook , Twitter, etc.) and professional lives (LinkedIn) and social networks in an enterprise and that key difference is that enterprises are still primarily concerned...

TFS – Does It Suck?

TFS – Does It Suck?

I’m not sure, but I don’t want to find out either. I’m currently tasked with recommending a new source control platform and a new defect tracking platform as well. I’m late to this post from March 2010, but Martin Fowler...

FFMPEG and Flowplayer

FFMPEG and Flowplayer

Flowplayer is a great little bit of Flash and JavaScript for incorporating streaming video on your site (until we get a fully viable, widely supported HTML5 solution). I’ve used it in various capacities for putting together apps to stream recorded...

Irony .NET Language Implementation Kit

I came across Irony (http://irony.codeplex.com/) today while contemplating whether to use antlr or not for a project I’m working on where the requirements call for allowing users to write small conditional instructions. From the project site description: Irony is a...

jsTree and Nested XML Data Stores

jsTree and Nested XML Data Stores

I happened upon jsTree a few months back while searching for a solid jQuery based tree. Without a doubt, it is one of the most well implemented and functional Javascript trees I’ve used with perhaps the most powerful feature being...