Systems | Development | Analytics | API | Testing



Collaborating with Git for API Test Creation

APIs have become the center of software development, connecting and transferring data across systems and applications. Luckily, testing them can greatly improve the efficiency of your test strategy as a whole, helping you deliver software faster than ever. API testing is an essential part of the software development process, and it’s important to have a team that can work together to create accurate and efficient tests.


What Is a Merge Conflict? How to Avoid Merge Conflicts

You’re working on a team project and have made substantial progress. You go to submit your code changes only to find out someone else on your team was working on the same file(s) and submitted their changes before you did. Now you have the problem of conflicting code – and the time required to resolve your changes against the other person’s changes. This is called a merge conflict and can be a source of headache for many developers.


Visualize your commits in realtime with Ably and GitHub webhooks

Have you ever wanted to see the work of your entire engineering organization in a visualization as it happens? In this article, I'll tell you how I used Github webhooks and Netlify serverless functions, along with a simple Svelte web app, to do just this in my new interactive visualizer tool.


Building a robust dev/artist collaboration pipeline for your Unity projects with Git and Codemagic

TL;DR: Collaboration between Unity developers and artists can be enhanced by adding some automation tools. For example, using automatic build triggering once a new asset is added allows the artist to see how it looks in the game without bothering the developer, which reduces waiting times and context switching.


Kong Insomnia 2022.4: Now With Official GitLab Support

Git Sync lets you collaborate with your team on Design Documents that you create in Kong Insomnia. In the last release, we updated the way that Git Sync works for GitHub. We now leverage the OpenID Connect protocol and OAuth2 to make it easier for you to set up Git Sync. Today, we’re excited to announce that we’re bringing that same ease of setup to GitLab repositories as well!

Test Management Case for Github : Working with Test Cycles

Video of How the Cycles feature works in TestQuality - Test Management Tool App. In this TestQuality video we will cover How Cycles Tool Works and Where you can add Configurations to a Cycle and even Logging an existing Defect within a Test Cycle. TestQuality Cycles offers a very simple way to run a group of Tests that you want to run repitedly.

10 tips for better pull requests and code review

Code review is a widely adopted approach in the world of software development. Having fellow developers check your code (and checking theirs in turn) helps eliminate mistakes, clean the codebase, and share knowledge across the team. But as helpful as it is, code review can still be quite stressful and time consuming.

Test Management Case for Github : Retain Test Runs or Save Permanently Feature for Tests & Cycles

In this video we have a close look to the Save Permanently feature. It saves the Test Run Results from being deleted if you have the automatic delete feature enabled. This TestQuality App feature is part of your Site Maintenance if you wish to remove your Test Run data and this can be automated with the settings in the Cycle to remove all runs and it is called "Retain Runs" (how many runs you wish to retain for that particular cycle with "0" meaning "Disable").

TestQuality Test Management Tool for GitHub: Integration Steps, Defect & Issue Reporting process

TestQuality extends Github to provide Modern, Powerful, Test Plan Management. This is accomplished via a Deep Live Native 2-Way Integration between GitHub and TestQuality. Test Management workflows are extended so you can Create, Update, Delete, and Link Defects and Requirements in your GitHub repository without ever leaving your testing workflows. And best of all TestQuality is completely FREE for use with GitHub public repo's.