For the past few years, I’ve struggled with a desire to publish a “how-to” series
on automation. On one hand, there are already LOTS of resources out there, frankly, written by people much better at development and programming than
However, as I’ve grown as an automation engineer, especially in the past year, I still find it hard to find resources that do a great job of explaining how to expand your automation palette, moving beyond the
basic ideas of UI automation, and including:
- Data-Driven Automation and Testing
- Keyword-Driven Automation and Testing
- API Automation and Testing
- Security Testing
Furthermore, finding resources that speak to the implementation of these ideas in a C#/.NET environment is even more difficult.
So, the idea is to show some real-life examples of how to implement an automation solution for testing websites and browser-based applications.
Check out my webiste to get an idea of the tools I use in my own automation.
Some of the ideas I share are ones that I implement in my own work, some may not be. Some may be ones that I figure out while I’m writing these articles and implement because of them.
If you have ANY questions or want to discuss anything, please feel free to comment or e-mail me.