If you've been getting this error on OSX Appium when running tests for iOS: Error: Unable to launch WebDriverAgent because of xcodebuild failure: "ENOENT: no such file or directory, open '/Applications/Appium.app/Contents/Resources/app/node_modules/appium/node_modules/appium-xcuitest-driver/WebDriverAgent/PrivateHeaders/XCTest/XCUICoordinate.h'"
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I've found that there is a lack of resources for defining Google Chrome settings in RobotFramework's SeleniumLibrary (formerly Selenium2Library). Recently, I needed to connect my Selenium containers with a proxy for a project I was working on. I needed to set the chromeOptions proxy-server flag. Unfortunately, I couldn't find much
Homebrew is usually pretty good at explaining what's going on. However, sometimes the error messages are a bit confusing. fatal: could not read Username for 'https://github.com': terminal prompts disabled` Error: Fetching /usr/local/Homebrew/Library/Taps/qameta/homebrew-allure failed! This error message implies that you have a github
Testing a website end-to-end often requires checking email related functions such as welcome messages, reset password, and much more. Ensuring this connection to the user works is often very critical. However, even when we discount the time needed to interact with the system, manually verifying the reciept of an email
Authentication lacks documentation. Its difficult to implement and many of the implementation guides are unclear about what should be configured and what should remain untouched. This seems to be a general trend in npm packages. They will often reference app.[object] which is reasonable. The 'app' is clear, but then
Started learning Node.js and Express and MongoDB today to eventually be able to work on a MEAN stack. Learned some cool things about Node such as asynchronous event triggering. MongoDB is sweet in its JSON-like structures. Express is also sweet in its easy-to -understand structure Unfortunately, getting authentication to