This is going to be a follow-up post in regards to the approach i showed at my SeleniumConf talk, on doing Selenium tests by using an Object Oriented approach.
I will have a series of such posts, to show more examples and to make it easier to understand how to use it. All the code presented here will be available in GitHub under this location: https://github.com/iamalittletester/learning-project. Continue reading Selenium tests, the Object Oriented way – example 1 (with code)
I wrote a Java method, whose signature contains a number of parameters. This method is called by many other methods (i use the method in my tests). After a while i realize one of the parameters is not needed anymore. I want to change the method signature and to update all its’ references throughout my code.
Continue reading Quick Tip: IntelliJ – easily updating method calls when method signature changes
Writing proper code in your IDE is made easier when using IntelliJ, due to its’ code analysis features. One option to perform a comprehensive coding issue search is to use the Inspect Code feature IntelliJ provides. From the class you want to check for issues, right click (inside the class, in the editor) and choose Analyze –> Inspect Code. Continue reading Improving your code by using IntelliJ’s Inspections feature
Although the list of shortcuts that IntelliJ offers is very large, here are just a few that make things so much easier when writing code (special thanks to the developers who pointed out some of them to me): Continue reading A few useful IntelliJ keyboard shortcuts
Testing. With Java, Selenium, TestNG, Maven, Spring, IntelliJ and friends.