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Writing Tests for Web Applications With TestProject

This blog post describes how we can write tests for web applications by using the TestProject framework. After we have finished this blog post, we: Can write tests for web applications with TestProject framework. Understand how we can use Selenium

Packaging TestProject Tests and Addons With Gradle

Before we can publish our tests and addons on the app.testproject.io website, we have to package our tests and addons to jar file. This blog post describes how we can create a Gradle project that can create the required jar file. After we have

Introduction to TestProject

This blog post provides an introduction to TestProject framework. After we have finished this blog post, we: Know what TestProject is. Can identify the key features of the TestProject framework. Are familiar with the architecture of the TestProject

WireMock Tutorial: Introduction to Stubbing

This blog post describes how we can stub HTTP requests with WireMock. After we have finished this blog post, we: Know what stubbing is. Can configure the returned HTTP status code. Know how we can configure the returned HTTP headers. Understand how

WireMock Tutorial: Request Matching, Part Four

This blog post describes how we can specify expectations for the XML document that is received by our WireMock server. After we have finished this blog post, we: Can compare the actual XML document with the expected XML document. Understand how we

Sample Lesson: Introduction to TestContainers

As you might remember, earlier this summer I asked feedback from a sample topic of my testing course (Introduction to JUnit 4). I was lucky because I received a lot of feedback, and that’s why I decided to release another sample lesson that