Automated regression testing of JIRA stories

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Intro

When a story is ‘done’ and ‘on the bus’, it’s expected to stay that way until go live. When working in a large team that share a code base, it’s common to break each others stuff.

Automated regression testing has long existed in most applications but for many web sites because it’s impossible to write tests to verify if a website was being displayed correctly. Today opensource tools like Wraith, Huxley, PhantomCSS, PhotoBox etc solve this issue using screencapture comparison techneques.

What will this post help me do?

Automate website regression testing for agile teams that use JIRA. This will prevent you from committing code that can undo previously completed stories.

JIRA stories are used to add test URLs. Every team member can view them which help increase test coverage.

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Host your own Tor site using Apache, Ubuntu & Vagrant

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Tor is used by millions around the wold to access information without censorship, government or snooping.

While Tor makes it possible to access censored websites anonymously it is just as easy to host your own anonymous Tor website.

Clone the Vagrant project: https://github.com/chris-gunawardena/tor-hiddenservice-webhost and run vagrant up for your own Tor hidden/darknet website.
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