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Top new questions this week:

How to Write Test Plan

I am new to "Test Plan Writing" and I wanted to learn how to write Test Plan. As a beginner, what I need to understand first and learn to write quality/effective test plan. What you will suggest to …

test-management manual-testing test-planning  
asked by QA4it 2 votes
answered by milinpatel17 2 votes

Non-Functional requirements specification

I'm working on a college software project. The whole purpose of the software is to test the application. The teacher is focusing on non-functional requirements, so we have to present metrics, …

requirements-validation requirements-engineering  
asked by Franco 1 vote

Testing mobile web in real carrier network

we have different products which are integrated with mobile carrier billing system. How can we test this remotely using any cloud services. I have gone through Keynote and deviceanywhere, but they …

asked by user_80 1 vote

Testability analysis for PHP

Is there any tool that reports on the testability of a PHP codebase? I'm familiarised with what makes the code unit-testable, but I need a way to visualize it so I can easily find which classes can …

tools unit-tests php testability  
asked by Edson Medina 1 vote

Greatest hits from previous weeks:

Should I learn Python or Java to get into test automation? I am new to programming

Should I learn Python or Java to get into test automation? I'm new to programming. Please share your thoughts or links to any useful information.

automated-testing java python  
asked by pythonjava 1 vote
answered by rudra7 1 vote

Free tool(s) to test both Windows desktop apps and Web apps, interconnected

I have found this question here on SQA. However I'd like to make my question more specific with hope that someone could point me to something relevant rather than just wasting hours on learning the …

automated-testing web gui  
asked by Eugene S 2 votes
answered by user246 5 votes

How do I close the browser window at the end of a Selenium test?

I have googled for the answer, but the ".stop()" so frequently mentioned doesn't work for me. The Chrome window the test was running in remains open. def test_getResults(self): sel = …

selenium webdriver browsers  
asked by Aaron 4 votes
answered by Randall Bohn 7 votes
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