With the ever-increasing demand to deploy high quality and reliable software faster, automation has become an integral part of modern software development. By seamlessly integrating your existing test automation efforts with Zephyr Scale, you can benefit from faster releases, tighter collaboration, and better visibility of your testing processes. Read on to discover why and how you can unify test management and automation in a single tool with Zephyr Scale.
In the good old days when we were using a basic phone, the web application used to run on only a desktop. Mobile phones were not so evolved to run a web application in the browser. But today, each of us uses a mobile phone for running web applications and websites. When we are talking about web testing, we mean web applications and website testing in web browsers. Here, we are dealing with the web-based programs accessed by multiple users at a time.
When we write scripts for one browser, they may not necessarily run on all browsers. It’s a no-brainer. And, we all know that a few browsers can limit certain features. For instance, if we design features that run on Safari on Mac OS, those features may not function across other browsers. To ensure the features run uniformly across various browsers and OS versions that our users have, we should perform multi-browser testing.
On March 23-24th we organized our 3rd Virtual PAC. As we “followed the sun” over 24 hours, we had the honor to welcome a new PAC Expert as part of our panel: Taras Tsugrii, Software Development Engineer at Facebook.
In 2006, SoapUI was developed with a singular goal: create a simple, open-source SOAP API testing tool. Since then, developers have contributed code and provided valuable feedback to help SmartBear transform SoapUI into ReadyAPI, the most powerful API testing platform on the market.
85% of CEOs say that the pandemic has accelerated digital transformation, according to a recent Deloitte survey. Digital transformation often means new software tools that increase productivity and conduct business functions with ease.
You’ve implemented a test suite into your pipeline for a good reason—to create the best possible product, improve user satisfaction, and debug issues quickly. But what can you do when your test suite seems like it’s getting in the way of your CI/CD pipeline and stopping you from your ultimate goal of speeding new releases out the door? Flaky tests are tests that fail or succeed seemingly randomly when executed on the exact same code. The frustration is obvious.