Writing clear and concise bug reports can greatly reduce the back and forth between different engineering stakeholders. We discuss on what makes a good bug report and I also provide a template that I use.
Useful debugging feature in IntelliJ based IDEs: Put a breakpoint which stops only when a certain condition matches.
Working with virtualenvs in python can be a bit tricky initially, Luckily we have pipenv now, which makes it quite easy to create, edit, delete and manage your virtualenv and dependencies.
Mobile apps should be tested not just under WiFI but under "more" realistic network conditions. In this post we see how we can simulate these conditions on Android and IOS native apps.
What are boundary value analysis and equivalence partitioning testing techniques? In this post we would understand these with an example.
Using adb and command line can simplify and ease many tasks that are otherwise performed via a UI. In this post, we cover how to use adb/scrcpy to perform some common workflows which are usually done during app testing
Redis is a powerful in-memory data store that could be used for a variety of test automation use cases. In this post, we setup a redis server on an ubuntu VM and see how we can use redis-cli and a simple Kotlin class to interact with our server.
A post on how to use adb and aapt tools in android sdk to figure out the package and activity names for use in Appium desired capabilities.
How do I stay productive while working remotely or from home? This post is a collection of some practices that work well for me.
A quick post on how git amend command can help you fix and change your last commit if you want to add something more or have made a mistake.