Test Studio Workshop is our new training initiative - a weekly (you guessed it) workshop. Each session will deal with a specific automation challenge. From seemingly basic to advanced use cases that might require some coding skills. We try to tackle common errors seen with new Test Studio users and shed light on little known but powerful features the product offers. The agenda is as follows: The presenter goes through the main information related to that week's subject in roughly 15 mins. From there we go into Q&A mode. The session is set as 30 mins long but we will continue the Q&A as long as there's interest.
So far we’ve scheduled four sessions. Check them out below and sign up:
Week 1: To start off the series we'll learn how to record a Login test for an application. This seemingly simple task can prove tricky unless you're aware of a few things. Tune in to find out what they are. Registration link here.
Week 2: we'll learn how to deal with HTML Popups in the context of automation. How do we connect to them? How do we workaround dynamically-generated URLs for our popups? These and many other questions will be answered in the session. Registration link here.
Week 3: we'll learn about HTML Frames in the context of automation. How do we connect to them? How do we workaround dynamically-generated URLs for our frames? These and many other questions will be answered in the session.Registration link here.
Week 4: we go off into something a bit more advanced. We'll take a look at how you can build your own custom plugin for Test Studio. This will unlock many new, powerful possibilities for your test automation effort. Some coded skills and understanding of the Visual Studio IDE is required. Registration link here.
After these first sessions we’ll decide where we want to take this new initiative based on your feedback. So give us plenty. Thank you!
Stoil Stoychev has been helping customers solve their complex testing challenges leveraging his in-depth knowledge of Telerik Test Studio. He has traveled the globe fine-tuning his technical expertise and helping our valued clients succeed. In his spare time he enjoys motorcycles, live music and various sports.
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