How do you meet the needs of mobile testing? Delivering a perfect mobile experience requires a complete platform that brings functional, visual, and performance testing—on real devices—together in one place, with scriptless automation enabling far more testing with limited resources.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week Quarkus 1.0.0.Final arrived, five new JEPs were confirmed for Java 14 and we published a new interview in our series Women in Tech.
In this article, Yana Andyol explores some software testing strategies that can add value to business success. Get tips such as how to establish long-term cooperation, create well-thought test cases, and how to find a happy medium between manual and automated QA. Implement these strategies early on and you’ll likely see positive results.
TestRails, a web-based test management system for teams reaches a new milestone with version 6.0. How can this test management software help your teams implement Agile methodologies and help streamline your testing workflow? See what the latest changes are and its test management features.
Just how robust and effective are your testing checkpoints? Does one of the checkpoints include that kind of a load test? Do the checkpoints test for how updates affect all the moving parts? To solve issues like these, Avi Aharon discusses three elements that are essential to testing.
It becomes more and more evident that companies need to look for ways to optimize testing processes and improve speed without compromising quality. For startups with limited manpower, skills, budgets, and other resources, the test case management software comes particularly in handy.
As organizations begin to fully embrace the “DevOps way,” the cloud enables everyone involved to work on the same code – writing, testing, conducting quality assurance, deploying and updating – at the same time, regardless of physical location. In this article, Eran Kinsbruner, Chief Evangelist at Perfecto discusses the advantages of cloud-based testing solutions and the challenges teams should prepare for when testing in the cloud.
Testing, testing! This integral part of the development process is often given short shrift. Today, we’re taking a look at five of our favorite open source Java testing tools for unit tests, requirement tests, automated UI tests, and more!
Microservices are in, monoliths are out & everyone should switch to automated testing for CI/CD deployment
Finding out the latest trends for development can be difficult for the average developer. That’s why Atlassian’s recent survey is such a helpful look at what’s going on in the field. Apparently, microservices are in, monoliths are out, and absolutely everyone has to switch to automated testing for CI/CD deployment.
Testing, testing! Are your mobile web apps ready for the big leagues? It’s time to put them through their paces with OpenTest, an open source functional test automation tool with cross-browser support for both Android and iOS.
There’s nothing worse than repairing a bug and subsequently introducing four new ones. In this article, Albert Ziegler explains that while testing can improve certain areas of code, out of sight, other areas can be impacted and languish.
2018 has certainly been a year. As the days grow shorter, we can’t help but look forward to a brand new 2019 and all the amazing tech trends in store for us. Today, we hear more from Lubos Parobek, Vice President of Product at Sauce Labs, about how testing will be completely transformed in 2019.
There are a bunch of misunderstandings in testing, starting with the fact that we never fully understand why we should test code and what is the idea of testing. Software testing is not only necessary; it is one of the foundations of this industry. We caught up with lx-chel Ruiz at JAX London 2018 to debunk some of the testing myths and to talk about the many tools that exist and when they should be used.
Despite the high quality of supportive tools in the field of security testing, this is still unknown territory for many development projects and therefore still has some unused potential. Christian Schneider’s session at DevOpsCon 2017 offers a well-rounded overview of the open-source tools used by security professionals and penetration testers in their daily work on the detection of security vulnerabilities.