Preparing to inject test configuration – Refactoring to use a configuration object.

Preparing to inject test configuration – Refactoring to use a configuration object.

This entry is part 6 of 9 in the series Building a .Net Core PageFactory Framework

After last time I can feel that I am getting close to being able to inject a configuration for my tests. Next I want to be able to use a configuration file to set the particular configuration that I want to use for any particular test run. So how do we go about doing that in .NET Core? The next steps are: Refactor calls with many arguments to take a standard WebDriver configuration object. Allow different ways to collect and…

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Testability, interfaces and unit tests for Dummies (and junior SDETs)

Testability, interfaces and unit tests for Dummies (and junior SDETs)

This entry is part 5 of 9 in the series Building a .Net Core PageFactory Framework

Having got to version 2.0.0 of my WebDriverFactory with working system tests and CI builds it was time to extend things a little. This could be considered YAGNI (You Aren’t Gonna Need It) but I quite like to have a Manager class that deals with getting and closing down WebDriver instances. The idea is that the Manager knows the specifics of the driver that I want to use, and will return a given instance, or a new instance on request….

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