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Inflectra® is pleased to announce the release of SpiraTeam 5.1, the latest version of its award-winning application lifecycle management (ALM) suite.
SpiraTeam 5.1 Released by Inflectra, Enables Effective Program Management
The latest version of SpiraTeam brings together major enhancements in performance and usability along with the ability to break the project paradigm for the first time. With SpiraTeam 5.1, you can take control of even the most complex programs.
SpiraTeam 5.1 provides users with the ability to have complete traceability between items in different projects, the ability to view integrated program backlogs and the ability to quickly search across all items and projects to make associations.
Selenium-based Flex testing solutions have been elusive for years. Various Selenium sub-projects have emerged to try to solve the problem of testing Flex components embedded in a Web page from a Selenium context. The problem for Selenium is the black-box nature of the Flex component and APIs. For example, FlexUISelenium embeds a simple proxy into the Flex component from which a Selenium script makes function calls.
One of the challenges in applying software test automation successfully in your projects is to select a most appropriate automated testing tool or framework. It is a challenging decision as you have many tools to choose from and a number of requirements to satisfy, and automated testing tools may have hidden problems you don’t see or overlook at the time of making decision. Making the right tool choice is crucial to avoiding problems related to the tool that haunt your project execution.
In selecting a tool, you have a set of selection constraints, which can be classified into hard and soft constraints. Hard constraints are fixed and must be satisfied in any case. These constraints include platforms, executing environments, programming languages, and frameworks used to develop the target application under test (AUT). Soft constraints can be compromised or partially met. Such constraints include schedule, cost, maintainability, usability, level of programming and technical skills required. As these constraints are adjustable, you find it challenging in balancing among them in order to select the best tool given that most of the tools do not satisfy all of these constraints perfectly.
Reports and tables are crucial elements for analyzing test results. They can help you discover bottlenecks, learn about your system’s abilities and analyze trends and statistics.
JMeter 3.1 introduces new reports and summary tables.
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If you have been long in the web UI development niche, you must have already been doing some testing automation or at least approaching this task. It is tempting to let a software do your low-level tasks instead of you but overall efficiency could be a problem. In order to reach an appropriate level of quality for your automated tests, you have to invest much time and efforts into setting up a platform and building scripts. If you skip the proper the preparations, you are likely to have a bunch of bad-structured tests returning false alarms or failing to capture actual bugs. In such a case automation was not helpful for your project at all.
The Coverity® Code Advisor solution includes Coverity Quality Advisor and Coverity Security Advisor. The solution surfaces quality and security defects in the developer workflow, with accurate and actionable remediation guidance, based on patented techniques and a decade of research and development and analysis of over 10 billion lines of proprietary and open source code.
Automation is the best way to insure your code is fulfilling it purpose. make sure all features are functional with automatic testing platform. now you can change your code and verify all other features are intact.
There are several different types of testing tools or testing frameworks, available for PHP, which use different approaches. All of which are trying to avoid manual testing and the need for large Quality Assurance teams, just to make sure recent changes didn’t break existing functionality.
Remote TestKit support for Xcode (an IDE developed by Apple) for iOS app developers. It also has some other helpful features, including Google account syncing.
Behat is an open source Behavior Driven Development (BDD) framework for PHP inspired by the Ruby Cucumber BDD framework.
What’s BDD? Simple question. BDD is an acronym of: Behavior Driven Development (maybe I prefer to use "Design", instead of "Development"). If we want to speak about BDD, first we need to speak about TDD (Test-Driven Development/Design). Maybe you are familiarized with TDD. TDD is a Software development process. The idea of TDD is simple. When we want to write code, first we write one failing test (Red). Then we write the code to pass this failing test and finally our test passes (Green). After several Red-Green cycles we can Refactor (we only refactor on green). The motto of test-driven development is "Red, Green, Refactor.".
Rapise is a great general purpose automated testing tool that has support for mobile, web and desktop applications. However based on customer feedback, there are certain common applications that customers need to test and therefore we are adding specific support for these known applications in the coming releases. In this post we discuss MS Dynamics AX.
The transformation is determined by the business needs, and the business needs vary wherever you are. Your industry determines the kind of data you deal with, and how it will need to be used. A medical database will need to find details of a patient’s medical records. A retailer may need to track all individual POS sales, both to watch the financial side, and to observe the impact on inventory. A voter registration database may need to give reports of people using various filters for marketing or polling. And each of these systems has different details of what kinds of source data it needs as input and how the output data needs to be queried, all of which need to be checked for data quality before anything gets stored.
Every QA platform and even every QA Project needs an analysis and engineering operation to suit the best Automation framework for the testing target and development process. You have to plan the exact framework or tools your are going to use with a full understanding on how much effort and time you are going to spend per each technology you are planning to use.
You must understand the test scenarios, page objects, desktop application functionality, business process, etc.
Froglogic Releases Squish GUI Tester 6.0 - Now with BDD Support Hamburg, Germany – 2015-09-01 froglogic GmbH announced today the release of Squish 6.0; featuring an end-to-end BDD solution with advanced reporting capabilities.
Squish GUI Tester is the market leading, functional test automation tool for cross-platform and cross-device GUI testing on desktop, embedded, mobile platforms and web browsers. In more than 3,500 QA departments around the world!
When establishing a QA platform, you have to think about kind of a strategy in order to set plans and direction according to it.
First thought was always, manual testing vs. automatic testing and how my testing platform will look in 6 months from today.
Here are few of my thoughts regarding Manual testing and Automatic testing
Imagine that we have to run a test that we’ve already designed with a good load scenario, test cases, test data, all automated and prepared in the load simulation tool that we want to use, BUT we don’t have a testing infrastructure that compares to that of production. This usually happens when the production infrastructure is a large server, such as an AS400 or any other mainframe, a cluster composed of multiple machines, or a complex configuration, making it expensive to prepare an exclusive testing environment.
Mobile applications are being used for just about everything. Among the biggest players in this industry are large enterprises. Every business aims to deliver the most cutting edge version of their mobile application to an ever growing audience of mobile users.
Mobile applications work on multiple platforms, and over all main mobile operating systems. Testing these mobile applications to work flawlessly on multiple device, operating systems, and versions of each requires mobile test automation. A mobile automation testing tool enables the DevOps team who built the app to test it faster, while covering a larger test coverage area in the process.
mAutomate, A cloud-enabled mobile automation testing solution.
Impetus mAutomate, an Android-based environment and automated testing framework for your Android-based application testing. It runs on a cluster of phones from a variety of vendors, operating system versions, networks, and geographies.
you can execute automated tests on the cloud, on the devices connected over the air to your target operator networks.
We are now supporting running real browser load testing alongside with regular HTTP load testing.
We have integrated the JMeter Selenium WebDriver to our platform. It’s now possible to run JMeter load tests as well as Selenium WebDriver tests simultaneously. Collect both network metrics like response time and end-use experience metrics like browser load time.
It is easy to get started with both tools. I spent about a couple of hours with each of them and was able to get simple and a bit more complex examples running. They get you going with BDD and acceptance based testing.
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