Topic: perfecto

SD Times news digest: Perfecto’s support for Android Q Beta, Protego Labs’ new support for AWS Fargate, and Rust 1.34.0

Perfecto has announced that it now supports the latest Android Q Beta. This will allow Perfecto customers to start testing the latest version of Android. Some major changes coming to Android 10 include giving users more control over location services, more privacy protection, and support for foldable screens. Protego Labs to support AWS Fargate On … continue reading

Perforce to acquire mobile and web testing provider Perfecto

Perforce is bolstering its testing portfolio with the acquisition of Perfecto Mobile. Perforce is a Clearlake Capital Group backed enterprise DevOps solution provider. The addition of Perfecto will enable the company to provide cloud-based continuous automated testing for enterprise mobile and web apps. “With this strategic acquisition, Perforce is well positioned to capitalize on the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: HackerRank’s Tech Talent Matrix, eBay’s HeadGaze project and Android 9’s battery life improvements

HackerRank today announced a new machine learning solution designed to help companies in their software development hiring process. The HackerRank Tech Talent Matrix uses ML to provide companies the proper data on software developer candidates. It analyzes more than 150 million assessments and candidate data points in order to provide insights into technical recruiting efforts … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Perfecto’s Continuous Quality Lab, Commvault and Lucidworks partnership, and CloudBees’ funding

Perfecto has announced that its Continuous Quality Lab now supports three web testing frameworks: Codecept, Gauge, and NightwatchJS. This added support expands the company’s existing set of supported test frameworks, which include Protractor, webdriverIO, selenium, and Quantum. “Development teams are focused on choosing the best tools that integrate within their toolchains,” said Yoram Mizrachi, CTO … continue reading

Perfecto announces support for Progressive Web Apps

Perfecto is bringing its automated continuous testing solution to Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) with its newly announced support. PWAs are apps that run in the web browser, and do not have to be accessed through the app store. According to Perfecto, PWAs improve user experience, grow engagement and increase conversions. The company expects PWA adoption … continue reading

SD Times news digest Tricentis and Perfecto’s partnership, Qt 5.11, and Kotlin Bootcamp on Udacity

Tricentis and Perfecto have announced a new partnership designed to accelerate the development process. Tricentis users will be able to perform automated tests using Perfecto’s Continuous Quality Lab. Other benefits include easy transition automation from local devices to cloud-based devices, complete digital platform coverage and same-day support for new platforms and operating systems, easy integration … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Perfecto’s new continuous testing capabilities, GitHub’s Bug Bounty program and improving WebAssembly

Perfecto has announced new capabilities for mobile app developers to improve their continuous testing strategy. The new capabilities include enhancements to the company’s Continuous Quality Lab and DigitalZoom reporting solution.  The Continuous Quality Lab allows DevOps teams to evaluate the app quality along with parallel execution on virtually any device being used by their customers, … continue reading

Perfecto brings automation to voice apps and virtual assistants

Chatbots are one area of innovation that is driving and changing engagement for digital experiences, and a number of customers and others in the software market are adopting and embedding chatbots within their applications. Like other emerging technologies, chatbots add complexity to applications, which is why companies like Perfecto are trying to knock down that … continue reading

iOS 10 disrupts testing and development plans for software teams

The official iOS 10 release date was right on the heels of the new iPhone 7 launch, bringing new functionality and productivity features to its users. While there is some hesitation from users in adopting the new operating system, Apple’s milestone release is mainly shaping up to be quite a headache for developers and testers, … continue reading

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