Topic: automated testing

Perforce updates Helix ALM with enhanced automated testing support

Perforce has announced the latest version of its testing solution Helix ALM. Version 2022.2 introduces enhanced support for automated testing.  With this release, customers can use a single tool for manual and automated testing. Bringing these together into one tool increases efficiency, reduces risk, and enables a more holistic testing strategy, according to Perforce. “We’re … continue reading

Automated testing for mobile is a huge struggle

Organizations realize the importance of test automation but many struggle to make a move to automation on mobile.  The inception of mobile testing wasn’t as user-friendly for developers when compared to web testing, for example, and the difficulties still last today, according to Kobiton’s DevOps evangelist Shannon Lee, in the SD Times Live! webinar, “Creating … continue reading

UserTesting enhances ML-powered post-test analysis and improves collaboration

UserTesting announced new advanced Instant Insight features that are powered by machine learning to speed up human insights.  It also announced the UserTesting Human Insight Platform, which can detect patterns and anomalies within customer data and automatically display high-value insights within Customer Experience Narratives.  The new features in this product release include UserTesting’s test-level Instant … continue reading

Report: Fully automated testing remains elusive for organizations

Despite the growing complexity of the software that drives organizations, few companies have fully automated testing or are using AI, according to new research conducted by Forrester and commissioned by Keysight.  For the study, Forrester conducted an online survey in December 2021 that involved 406 test operations decision-makers at organizations in North America, EMEA, and … continue reading

Reduce test execution times to keep up with pace of delivery

In this era of Agile software development, the life of a product manager, who has to talk about or plan a single feature, is easy. The life of a developer, who has to code one feature, is easy.  For the designer and DevOps engineer, designing and deploying one feature is easy. You know who’s life … continue reading

Software test automation for the survival of business

In this two part series, we explore the two sides of testing: automated and manual. In this article, we examine why automated testing should be done. To read the other side of the argument, go here.  In today’s business environment, stakeholders rely on their enterprise applications to work quickly and efficiently, with absolutely no downtime. … continue reading

A guide to automated testing providers

Appvance is the inventor of AI-driven autonomous testing, which is revolutionizing the $120B software QA industry. The company’s patented platform, Appvance IQ, can generate its own tests, surfacing critical bugs in minutes with limited human involvement in web and mobile applications. AIQ empowers enterprises to improve the quality, performance and security of their most critical … continue reading

How does your company help customers with their automated testing initiatives?

Kevin Surace, co-founder and CTO of Appvance Appvance makes a platform called Appvance IQ, or AIQ for short. The platform is all-encompassing – web, API and native mobile, functional, compatibility, performance, load, security tests. It becomes a centerpiece of your quality initiative. We break test creation into two buckets. Low code/no code ML-driven Test Designer … continue reading

How does your solution help organizations implement automated testing?

Artem Golubev, co-founder and CEO of testRigor TestRigor is a functional end-to-end testing tool for web and mobile designed to automate away the work of manual testers. With testRigor, organizations can expect up to 200 times less test maintenance as well as up to 20 times faster speed and ease of test creation. As an … continue reading

Still testing like it’s 1999?

Let’s flash back to New Year’s Eve 1999, when we were popping corks to celebrate the entrance of a new millennium and, as the ball dropped, that Y2K hadn’t descended us into the Dark Ages. All the while we were blissfully unaware that the dot.com bubble was about to burst (even though it was obvious … continue reading

How to solve your UI testing problems

Enterprises want to deliver software fast in order to keep up with market demands and stay competitive, but at the end of the day it doesn’t matter how fast they deliver software if it’s not pleasing to the end user.  “Users are the ones who are going to be interacting with your application, so you … continue reading

Report: Manual testing practices continue to impede mainframe modernization

Test automation is a key to today’s business success, but businesses are failing to apply it everywhere. A recent report revealed only 75% of organizations don’t have test automation in place at every stage of development, and only 7% of organizations automate test on the mainframe.  In addition, 82% of respondents don’t believe they will … continue reading

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