Writing and managing CI/CD pipelines shouldn’t be complicated and reserved to automation experts. But how do you lower the gap and enforce best practices?
Most of today’s automation is done on Linux systems but you may still have some code in Production that can only run on Windows. So how do you automate its lifecycle with a tool like GitLab?
In this article, we’ll use some .NET Framework 4.x code and a Windows Virtual Machine (VM) to demonstrate how we can create a pipeline in GitLab to achieve Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery!
Did you ever wish you could mock REST API calls? This post will quickly introduce Mockoon, a free open source solution, to maybe help others in the righteous path of software design and test automation! Have you already been blocked in your test automation by HTTP calls? Are you interested in developing a frontend application even if the backend is not available? This is a limitation I often come across but I never found the right way to do it,…