Testing Your Website & Applications Using Java Scrapers

Testing Your Website & Applications Using Java Scrapers

by Software Testing Magazine in Articles 0

Making sure your website or app works as intended is a must. There are lots of ways to test this, and Java-based scraping is a compelling example. Let’s look at what this means exactly, what it involves, and how Java scrapers can help you up your software testing game. share share tweet share 



End to End (E2E) Testing Considered Harmful

September 19, 2023 0

This video presents the impact of End-To-End Testing upon a large scale agile project within the UK government, covering the historical motivation for End-To-End Testing so common to IT and how it has hindered team adoption of Continuous Delivery.



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