Appium on OSX Yosemite OSX Yosemite is going to be released soon with Xcode 6 and iOS8 support. I have installed latest public beta version of the OSX Yosemite. Just given a try to setup Appium to see if it supports
ShouldIT Just read that @mackstar has announced the open-source BDD tool ‘ShouldIT’ on Twitter. ShouldIT is BDD tool for checking and spec-ing tests against beautiful looking feature files written in MarkDown. You can fork it from GitHub https://github.com/bbc-sport/ShouldIT/ Giving it
BDDfire BDDfire is an awesome ruby library to install Ruby-Cucumber framework in a minute. BDDfire is a rubygem described as instant BDD Framework – Ruby, Cucumber, Capybara, selenium, Appium, Saucelabs, Browserstack, TestingBot, poltergeist, cuke_sniffer, rubocop, relish, yard and many more
Hacker News Hacker news is a awesome site for the developers to read about latest tools and technologies. Today YCombinator has announced READ ONLY API for the hacker news. Hacker News API Hacker news API’s are currently here “https://hacker-news.firebaseio.com” The
Setup iPhone6 Early this week, I got an iPhone 6 which has in-built iOS8. I already got a MacBook Pro with OSX Yosemite installed. In this post, I will explain how I have integrated great features oh iOS8 and OSX Yosemite.
Recently, I have written a post on Behaviour Driven Development: Tips for writing better feature files. Link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/internet/posts/Behaviour-Driven-Development-Tips-for-writing-better-feature-files