Topic: automated testing

Software testing is all about automation

Automation is just like every other technology in that it takes effort to be successful. It’s another strategy that can be incorporated into the software testing life cycle, but issues come from testers figuring out how they can build it into a process and determining what solutions or tools are right for their company. Over … continue reading

Guest View: How do you identify gaps in your testing?

Every piece of software ships with some defects in it, but major gaps in your testing coverage can be disastrous, and they can occur for a variety of reasons. Part of the problem with a typical root-cause analysis is that it comes after the fact. Perhaps the customer has complained, there’s been a big outage, … continue reading

Guest View: Five myths about automated mobile UI testing

There are a number of reasons why companies avoid automated UI testing for their mobile apps. Many are new to mobile development and are in a sort of Maslow’s mobile hierarchy of needs, in which perceived survival depends on just getting the app working, and things downstream in the workflow seem like luxuries. Even teams … continue reading

Sauce Labs focuses on Continuous Integration in latest release

Sauce Labs wants to help organizations build better software, faster. The company announced an update to its platform designed to accelerate automated testing for Continuous Integration (CI) workflows. According to the company, while CI and Continuous Delivery methodologies have proven useful in speeding up the software delivery life cycle, it isn’t easy to implement critical … continue reading

Guest View: Five tips for making your Web app ready for automated testing

Want to win the hearts of your Quality Assurance team? Remember these tips when you’re building your Web application to make it easier for analysts to quickly create more accurate, repeatable automated tests. 1. Ambiguity is the enemy Be as specific as possible in your code. Of course, you’re already following W3C standards, right? Here … continue reading

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