Katalon studio as we know is best known for helping testers to run test on platforms like
And now Katalon is also going to support one more platform sooner, which is Katalon on Docker container
Why Katalon is moving to Docker container?
Docker containers as we know are easy to maintain and you don‘t necessarily have to install all the versions of Katalon every time the team releases it, just get the latest version of Katalon from Docker hub using very simple command (if the team update the docker hub J )
You can now run tests much easier
Run on Azure/AWS or Google cloud if you have account
Spin up multiple containers and run same test in multiple different browsers same time
You can watch the complete above discussion from here
You can find the complete source code of the above video discussion from here
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I am very happy to announce today that ExecuteAutomation/blog has crossed over 4.5 Million+ visitors mark. The last 0.5 Million+ mark was achieved in less than 2 months and you can check out the details here
I am pretty excited to share you all, probably you might have know that before, I am going to talk for the first time in Auckland, New Zealand@WeTest community meetup on BDD with Specflow.
We are expecting to have around 60+ participant from across Auckland joining physically since we have space limitation, but there are still around 40+ waiting list to attend the meetup, and many have shown interest from across the globe to participate but unfortunately not everyone can fly for just 1 hour session, hence we are going to Go Live in YouTube on 12th Dec as shown below
Please Join with me for complete session happening on 12th Dec right from your Mobile/Desktop.
Meetup yesterday was fantastic and I could see lot of people turn around even during their busy working day schedule, great questions and great hospitality from Clearpoint.
Today I am happy to announce that last month watch time in ExecuteAutomation YouTube channel has breached its earlier months record by making an Year+ views in 1 month, meaning total watch time in hours was 365+79 days * 24 hours = 10,656 hours
The trend is really great to see how people are engaged to learn automation testing from YouTube platform apart from other learning platforms available over internet.