Category: java

Cucumber Extent Report

Cucumber Extent Report 3.x.x with ExtentX

Update: A new patch has been released with additional feature to assign authors to scenario. Kindly update to v3.0.1. Refer documentation. I’m happy to announce that now the Cucumber Extent Report comes with the support for configuring your ExtentX dashboard. And moreover, introducing ExtentProperties enum to help you to configure extent related settings. If you are using a maven based […]

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Cucumber Extent Report

Cucumber Extent Report v2.x.x

Update: There is a latest version (3.x.x) with ExtentX support available. Refer here for more details. A plugin to generate the cucumber jvm custom html report using ExtentsReporthttps://github.com/email2vimalraj/CucumberExtentReporter29 forks.21 stars.14 open issues.Recent commits: Bumped up the version to 3.0.1 and updated readme, VimalRaj Selvam Added a feature to assign author to the scenario, VimalRaj Selvam Fixed build error and test […]

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Customizing Extent Report

I’ve been receiving some queries related to how we customize the extent report that has been generated. Queries like: How do I change the title? How do I default to dark theme? In the dashboard view, how do I default to Child Tests only or Parent Tests only mode? Due to some organization policy, when executed through Jenkins, the https […]

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TestNG Extent Report – v1.3.x

Update: Updated to v1.3.1 – Now emailable report will also be generated Update: Updated to v1.2.0 The TestNG Extents report is a listener plugin which you can add it as a listener to your TestNG suite to generate a nice Extent report. This listener uses the ExtentReports v3.0.0, a library developed by Anshoo Arora for reporting. Why another library? You […]

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Appium Parallel OpenSTF

Appium Parallel Execution on OpenSTF

In the last post, we have seen how to execute appium tests in parallel using Selenium Grid. In this post, I’m going to show you how we can use OpenSTF, a Smartphone Test Farm – open source tool and execute our tests in parallel. First clone this repo: Now let’s setup the required tools: 1. OpenSTF – Kindly follow the […]

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Appium Parallel Execution using TestNG

This is the follow-up post on the Selenium Grid for Appium mobile automation. Continuing from the example, I hope you have grid hub running with two various appium nodes which has unique applicationName. This post will focus on showing you on how we execute same tests across multiple devices in parallel. Because, often as test engineers, we have to sign-off […]

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