Topic: applitools

SD Times news digest: Microsoft announces a new dev landing page and issues repo, MuseDev’s free code analysis platform, and Applitools’ Ultrafast Cross Browser Hackathon

Microsoft is giving developers new ways to work with Windows. The company announced a new docs landing page and a new GitHub issues repo.  The new landing page aims to help developers set up their development environments and optimize workflow on Windows. It will provide guidance and resources for working with Windows and using open-source … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Applitools announces Ultrafast Grid, Matillion announces GA of Data Loader, and Apache NetBeans 11.3

Applitools announced the general availability of Ultrafast Grid, a cloud platform that enables fast concurrent rendering of apps on different browsers and devices, with the reliability and stability of Visual AI.  “Applitools navigates the vicious triangle by providing AI-driven testing for any browser and any device, nearly eliminating the test overhead per release, said Torsten … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Instana adds deep inspection of GraphQL queries, Applitools adds functional and visual testing capabilities, and CodeSignal launches Certify

Application performance management (APM) provider Instana announced the extension of monitoring and tracing capabilities for microservice applications that use GraphQL. Instana captures the GraphQL HTTP traffic and displays the executing query as plain text and then parses the actual GraphQL queries. “Since application and microservice platform technology continues to evolve, it’s critical for application management … continue reading

Applitools released Ultrafast Visual Grid for continuous UI quality assurance

Visual testing solution provider Applitools today released Ultrafast Visual Grid, software for managing an application’s functional and visual quality. Before Applitools, UI testing was done manually and serially, as pages were examined and changes compared one page at a time. Today, the company said, Visual Grid farms out screenshot jobs to a grid of browsers … continue reading

Selenium IDE vying for a comeback

The open-source project for record and playback test automation is not giving up without a fight. After some recent revamping and advancements, the Selenium IDE project is back to try and win back the hearts of developers. Selenium was first introduced in 2004. In 2006, the Selenium IDE was introduced as a Firefox browser extension. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Test Automation University begins, Scratch 3.0, and Mozilla’s plans for Thunderbird

Applitools has announced the first courses of the year for its Test Automation University. The company first announced the program in November as a way to teach test automation skills through community-driven educational training courses. “At Test Automation U, we don’t want to limit learning to any one particular school of thought, which is why … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Contract for the Web, Android’s R8 code shrinker, and Applitools expands left

At the Web Summit in Lisbon, Tim Berners-Lee and his organization the Web Foundation announced a campaign to connect “everyone to a web that works for people.” As part of the campaign, he announced a new “Contract for the Web,” which will defines the parts that governments, companies, and citizens will each play in building … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Applitools’s new SDKs, Android background execution, and WhiteSource new funding

Applitools is expanding its visual testing platform to Cypress and Storybook, two popular software development tools. The new SDKs are designed to run visual tests instantly when developers write code. This will enable developers to discover visual bugs as soon as they are introduced, allowing them to deliver higher-quality apps faster. “Finding and fixing bugs … continue reading

New UI version control provides complete history of visual changes to an application

In order to see what a previous version of an application looks like, developers often have to actually rebuild that earlier version. This process could take days, which prevents teams from releasing new functionality, negatively impacting customer relationships and therefore revenue. “It’s crazy that, in 2018, we have accounting systems to track our company finances, … continue reading

How these companies can help you automate your testing process

Jeff Scheaffer, general manager of continuous delivery at CA Technologies As more organizations adopt DevOps and agile development methods, they gravitate towards test automation – enabling test teams to automatically generate reusable test assets like test cases, test data, and test automation scripts right from requirements. CA Technologies offers comprehensive continuous testing solutions that automate … continue reading

Testing strives to keep pace with development

With the emphasis on ever-faster software release cycles, organizations are turning to automated testing to ensure they can keep up with that speed while simultaneously ensuring they are releasing quality products. Though people have been talking about automated testing for a while now, many testing efforts are still manual, said Jeff Scheaffer, general manager of … continue reading

Applitools closes $31 million funding round, will build out AI platform for visual testing, monitoring

Applitools today announced the closing of a US$31 million funding round as it looks to extend the capabilities of its Applitools Eyes visual testing and monitoring platform. Venture firm OpenView led the round. RELATED CONTENT: Applitools updates its AI platform for automated visual testing Applitools Eyes uses AI to mimic the human eye during user interface … continue reading

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