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Why & How to Invest in Software Quality

Most people have encountered frustrating software errors. While the Windows "blue screen of death" was a necessary evil in the 1990s, customers have much more choice in today's software-as-a-service market. A single error or broken workflow is often enough for a would-be customer to switch over to a competitor. Of course, many software businesses mitigate these risks through testing and quality assurance.


API Contract Testing For A Design-First World

Today, API-driven microservices applications are a source of speed to innovation and competitive advantage – according to SmartBear’s most recent State of Software Quality – API report: However, this modern way of architecting software doesn’t come without challenges. Neglecting to adapt a new approach to service architecture design with a new approach to the underpinnings – API design and testing – can undermine the efforts.


Next-Gen AI-Powered Visual Testing: Catch the UI surprises before your customers do

The slightest change of code can break the functionality of an existing code structure that was previously working just fine. Your application’s user experience can be ruined if a bug occurs after a single line of code is changed. To avoid errors in production, you must run continuous tests at the end of every modification.

Leveraging SoapUI and Testkube to Test your APIs Under Kubernetes

With APIs consuming the world of software, and microservices conquering the land of monoliths, how are organizations handling their API estates at scale? Kubernetes, the container orchestration system, has been an extremely popular choice for many to deal with management, scaling, and deployment of microservices.

API Performance Testing for Success

As the rate of delivery for applications and services continues to rise, performance testing often takes a backseat in the race to delivering apps on-time. This 2022 holiday season is expected to be bigger than ever, with holiday shopping growing 15.5% to $236 billion. During this make-or-break time of year, companies can’t afford for their apps to become unreliable under heavy load.