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Quite often we get requests to provide support to migrate tests from the testRTC testing tool to our service. We try to provide support to our users to help make this transition as easy and flawless as possible. To ease the process further for other users with similar needs this blog post was created. If you are already in the progress of migration or just planning and estimating how big of a task this is,…

At Loadero we always look for ways to improve our product and make it more robust, secure, and maintainable. As we add more features to our product, the complexity of our code base increases and it makes it more difficult to add or refactor the code without introducing regressions of the functionality. Since our frontend was written in plain Javascript and React, there was no way to ensure type safety of passed data between components…

How to make your script better in Nightwatch.js Congratulations on getting to part 4 of the “A beginner’s guide to test automation with Javascript (Nighwatch.js)” blog series! This part will help you to improve your test script (and make it cooler). We’ll explain different style suggestions and the overall script structure that we follow in Loadero to bring your script to a new level. Check out our previous parts to catch up: part 1: Introduction…

Callback functions and command queue in Nightwatch.js Welcome to the “A beginners guide to test automation with Javascript(Nightwatch.js)” blog series part 3! If you have missed out on the previous parts, make sure to read part 1: Introduction to Nightwatch.js and part 2: The most useful Nightwatch.js commands in our blog. In this article we will look at callback functions and command queue in Nightwatch.js, and as always – feel free to skip to any…

How to write a script in Nightwatch.js Welcome to the “A beginners guide to test automation with Javascript(Nightwatch.js)” blog series part 2! If you have missed out on the first part, you can read it here. In this article we will look into the following and as always – feel free to skip to any part you are the most interested in: The most useful Nightwatch.js commands:.url().waitForElement…().click().setValue().pause().saveScreenshot() / .takeScreenshot().perform()The final script Code used in this…