Cookie consent solutions are critical for online businesses to thrive and establish trust with their users. As software testing professionals, we have a unique ability to shape not only quality within our own roles, but as human beings fighting for the greater good in data privacy. The cookie consent banners and dialogs we often see on the web exist for two primary reasons: to mitigate risks like privacy fines and damaging headlines and to show the world there is a way to do privacy right.
Testing cookie consent dialogs across many languages and browsers can seem like a daunting task. I’ll talk about how we’ve scaled front-end testing efforts for this specific problem at Osano and how we’ve integrated front-end automated test coverage for cookie consent banners in over thirty-six languages.
- Using an automated testing framework to test a feature in multiple languages
- How to structure your tests
- Increasing test coverage with continuous integration across browsers
- Testing techniques to support multiple browser languages
Ryan Hruska – Senior QA Engineer, Osano
Ryan Hruska is a Senior QA Engineer at Osano, with experience testing across multiple products and platforms. He has a passion for quality and looking for innovative ways to improve testing efficiency. In his current role with Osano, Ryan leads quality assurance efforts and builds automated testing frameworks. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, writing and recording music, and running.
Joining from Lincoln, Nebraska
LinkedIn: Ryan Hruska
Speaking Experience: STPCon