March 2nd, 2020 by inflectra
On February 19th, 2020 Inflectra launched the 3rd installment in its famous test automation webinar series series called: UI Automation 101. This step 3 webinar series builds on the earlier test automation series’ - Test Automation, Demystified and - Planet Test Automation: First Steps. This series aims to strengthen participants' grasp of the major test automation activities and learn the essentials of Test Automation.
Details are inside!
A third-party observer sees automation first of all as writing code or scripts. In case of automating UI testing, the problem is not at all in programming. To a greater extent it is knowledge of the user interface's abilities and possibilities to interact with it in different ways. It is also important to understand the capabilities of the testing automation tool - in our case it is Rapisa and its strong points.
Please note that this series goes in parallel with webinars series on MS Dynamics UI Testing held by Denis Markovtsev and are assumed to contain supplementary material that should help you better understand the practices demonstrated there.
In these series you will get an overview of fundamental building blocks for a successful UI Automation experience. We will discover together what you need to know about your application under test and how testing tools can help you get that knowledge.
This series is intended for:
Each webinar will be followed by a recap containing the following info:
The webinars are free. However, for best results, we recommend you review the following requirements:
Alexey Grinevich is a Software Developer at Inflectra Corporation. He is one of the creators of the Rapise test automation tool. He holds a master’s degree in computer science and a PhD in Applied Mathematics and has been working in the IT industry for the past 20 years in areas such as compilers, computer languages, runtime debuggers. For the last ten years the major interest is software for automated testing. At Inflectra, Alexey has been responsible for researching the tools, technologies and processes in the software testing and quality assurance space for the past five years. His special interest is legacy APIs and desktop system testing.
We wish you all good luck!