Blog

Free, Selenium 3.0 compatible, and at over 420 pages this book will help you learn the fundamentals of the WebDriver API such as locating and interacting with web pages, through advanced topics such as Page Objects and mobile testing, and finally teach you how to build up your own web application testing framework.
Get the free book!

Message Diagrams Nov 26

I've developed a new diagram that I think it much better at communicating how the messages in a system flow between components. I've used sequence diagrams for this in the past, but I've always found a number of problems with them.

  • They have a...

REST - Resource Association vs Resource Aggregation Oct 30

Imagine you're creating an API for ordering meals in restaurant. You have an API that allows to you create a meal, and then add starters to it:

POST /meals
{}
	
HTTP/1.1 201 Created
Location: /meals/1
POST /meals/1/starters
{"option": "soup"}
	
HTTP...

API Simulation + Contact Testing = Happiness Oct 9

You're building a new micro-service. You've got a number of other services you depend on, both internal to your organisation and external. You've been ask to do end to end testing, but you're finding it very time-consuming. It's proving very costly...

Developing With Docker - Building Patterns Mar 20

This is my 4th post on developing with Docker. In this post deals with some common ways you can build Docker images.

I'm going to assuming you've already packaged your application (e.g. into a JAR).

There are several choices: scratch + binary,

Event Sourcing vs CRUD Mar 13

In this article, I'm going to talk about practical challenges when building a platform using Event Sourcing.

I've spend part of the last year developing a platform that uses Event Sourcing (ES) as a key part of state storage mechanic. Event Sourcing...

Next page

Free, Selenium 3.0 compatible, and at over 420 pages this book will help you learn the fundamentals of the WebDriver API such as locating and interacting with web pages, through advanced topics such as Page Objects and mobile testing, and finally teach you how to build up your own web application testing framework.
Get the free book!