Topic: test

SmartBear makes continuous testing easy with user-specified scheduling

SmartBear, the leader in software quality tools for teams, added a new scheduling feature in CrossBrowserTesting, the only all-in-one UI functional web testing platform, enabling users to create and choose a reoccurring schedule for automated and visual testing. This new scheduling feature for bothRecord & Replay scripts and full-page screenshot tests empowers users to be first to … continue reading

Test IO fixes bugs before they are released with Bug Fix Confirmation

The pressure to move fast and release more often is resulting in more bugs being released out into production. The problem is there are not enough hands on deck to ensure all the boxes have been checked, even with the rise of test automation. Crowdtesting solution provider test IO is releasing Bug Fix Confirmation today … continue reading

New Parasoft SOAtest release introduces machine learning to API test creation

Parasoft, the global leader in automated software testing, announced the latest release of Parasoft SOAtest, featuring machine learning techniques that augment SOAtest’s Smart API Test Generator, to help testers efficiently create meaningful API test scenarios using AI and ML. The newest SOAtest release supercharges the test creation process by enabling users to leverage their organizations’ … continue reading

Ensure security and quality at speed

Today’s companies must become software companies to keep pace with competitive pressures and customer demands. As organizations become increasingly software-enabled, their footprints are extending out to cloud environments and the Internet of Things (IoT), increasing application complexity and the associated risks. With Synopsys, software teams can avoid the usual trade-offs between faster time-to-market imperatives, security … continue reading

SEI CERT releases open-source Source Code Analysis Laboratory for pinpointing vulnerabilities

The Software Engineering Institute’s (SEI) CERT Division at Carnegie Mellon University released an open-source static analysis aggregator/correlator this week. Source Code Analysis application (SCALe) is designed to find vulnerabilities in application source code via multiple, independent static analysis tools. Compatible with any source code language, this public release of SCALe provides alerts based on two … continue reading

DATPROF and Parasoft unite software test automation, service virtualization, and test data management to reduce environment wait times by over 200%

Parasoft, the leader in automated software testing, announced today a new partnership with DATPROF, who specialize in test data subsetting and masking. Today’s agile organizations face challenges with access to their complex environments and management of meaningful test data. Combining Parasoft and DATPROF gives users full control of their test environments, test data, and test automation … continue reading

The 2018 SD Times 100

A celebration… of the best of the best in the software industry.The companies listed here are challenging the accepted methods of creating software with visionary ideas, creative solutions and best-of-breed tools that come raining down to us, like candy from a cracked piñata. This year’s cornucopia of treats includes many of the classics, from testing … continue reading

Tricentis merges with software testing company QASymphony

Tricentis has announced a new merger with QASymphony to drive continuous testing to enterprise DevOps. QASymphony is known for its test management tools while Tricentis focuses on test tools for continuous testing. Together, the companies hope to provide a modern platform for today’s digital transformation. The news followings Tricentis’ recent acquisition of the Q-up test … continue reading

SmartBear unites BDD with test automation to accelerate shifting left

SmartBear, a leader in software quality tools for teams, released TestLeft 2.5, featuring new Behavior Driven Development(BDD) support directly built into popular IDEs such as Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA, and Visual Studio. By uniting BDD frameworks with the industry’s most accurate and customizable object repository, TestLeft empowers technical automation engineers to create complex and scalable automated UI tests in seconds right … continue reading

Fewer bugs, faster releases: How APM improves the SDLC

Breaking down a series of interdependent movements into discrete actions is often the first step to improving the performance of everything from professional orchestras to sports teams. And so it is with software. The Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) evolved out of an effort in the late 1960s to put formal quality processes in place … continue reading

For development managers, the question is: How close to the code should you be?

No two managers are alike. Styles differ, their approaches to their roles differ, and face it – their levels of energy differ. But how important is it for managers overseeing software development to get down in the weeds with their teams, or should they remain above the fray, enforcing coding practices and setting policies? We … continue reading

Guest View: 3 factors to consider when testing responsive websites

In the past decade, technologies and tools to help in web design have evolved drastically. Along with this the mobile revolution started; and it has changed the way organizations, businesses and customers interact with websites. Currently, there are so many versions of browsers and operating systems to support and users expect the website to work … continue reading

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