Last year we had a chance to carry out one of our open-source projects together with students from PUT (Poznan University of Technology). It was a great chance for Cognifide, the University and its students not only to w (...)
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AET enables detecting changes on a website and monitoring its health. In this post, I will show you how easy is to develop a custom AET Modifier. (...)
You've probably heard about Bobcat, our test automation framework? If not, check it https://cognifide.github.io/bobcat. Now, let's look under its hood. This is first in a series of posts that will discover some of our fi (...)
If you're a QA or familiar with software testing, you may already have come across our open source automated tool, AET, or Automated Exploratory Testing, to give it its full name. It's a tool that tackles the problem of (...)
Improve the quality of your site and at the same make your development process more efficient and cheaper. Automate your regression (visual comparison and page health checks) with AET, an open-source selenium-based testi (...)
Page load time is one of the most important metrics in web application. A recent Forrester study commissioned by Akamai Technologies set out the two-second threshold. Any longer than that and you are likely to lose your (...)
Radek Lawgmin and Maciej Laskowski will present automated visual testing and health checks in CI/CD on KWSQA conference.
The title of Michał Krzyżanowski’s speech during the Agile & Automation Days 2019 is “Becoming a plumber - designing and implementing the delivery pipeline as code”.
During Testing United event, Maciej Laskowski and Radosław Lawgmin will talk about Automated Regression Testing with AET in continuous delivery.
At SQA Days event, Zbigniew Moćkun will share his knowledge about automation in the world of projects.
67th edition of Poznań Testing and Quality meetup at Cognifide.
Who’s your plumber? Michał Krzyżanowski speaks about delivery pipelines at test:fest 2020.
Bobcat is a test automation framework based on Java, WebDriver and Guice for functional testing of web applications.
AET is a system that detects changes on web sites and performs basic page health check (like w3c compliance, accessibility check and other).
As we all know, SonarQube is a great tool that helps us increase quality of our codebase. This tool is intended to find common bugs and bad smells specific for AEM development.