Recording the tests
Here you go! Let's automate the test code-less way πŸ’ͺ

What you need

  • ​Google Chrome web browser in not incognito mode
  • bugbug extension with Allow in incognito setting enabled
  • email address, GitHub or Google account
  • your web software
  • good vibes & some love to testing! :-)

Configure your browser

  1. 1.
    When you want to record your very first test, then you get instructions:
2. Go to Google Chrome BugBug extension in Settings ( chrome://extensions/?id=oiedehaafceacbnnmindilfblafincjb ) and pick BugBug.
3. Verify BugBug Google Chrome extension settings, especially check if you have Allow in incognito mode enabled:

Record the first test

  1. 1.
    Create a new test and click that.
2. You will see test case settings. Click Record button
3. See the incognito Chrome browser window opening (you can later set its size in Project settings)
4. In newly opened Chrome window write URL of the web app or website where you want record the test
5. Go ahead with the steps of test case that you want to record e.g.:
6. When you are ready with the test case click Stop recording button in floating menu on the right
7. See the recorded test case. Now you can review, run, edit the steps

Review, run, edit - what you need

When having the test recorded, you can do some nice post-production and adjust the test case as you need.
Example record & edit:
You can also modify the particular step when some object is not correctly caught by recorder. Just edit, run again and check it working! πŸŽ‰ Have a great time with BugBug!
Last modified 4mo ago