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Uncover product risks with Exploratory Testing

“Did you know that there are 100+ different types of product risks that can affect your software?” Dan Ashby | Head of Quality Engineering at PhotoBox Exploratory testing must be a part of your testing strategy due to the testing effectiveness of your current tests, the ability to find differences in the code, and the ability to remove roadblocks where defects tend to hide.


Easily validate web applications using Playwright Testing

Playwright is one of the most used frameworks for end-to-end testing of web applications; it supports all modern browsers and has broad community support. If you are considering testing your web applications, this is a tool to consider. Whatever your test execution strategy may be, do not forget to consider visibility and the integration capabilities of the tools you wish to add to your tool belt.


Test and create mobile-friendly apps with Xray and Flutter Testing Tutorial

More people use mobile devices to access websites and applications than laptops and desktop computers. According to Statista, mobile traffic share is over 54%, surpassing desktop computers as the most used device to access the internet in 2022. Mobile also fuels 45% more financial decisions, according to the State of Mobile 2021 report. If your app isn’t optimized for mobile, it may be undervalued and underperforming financially.


What is testability in the software development lifecycle?

Software testability measures how simple it is to test both the system as a whole and each individual component. Testability might mean different things for different members of the software development lifecycle. Remember how deeply frustrating it was to rewrite dozens of UI tests when a front-end developer made a small change that broke all the locators? Or the several restless nights spent fixing minor performance issues that aren't reproducible on the local machine?

How to migrate tests from Excel to Xray | Xray Tutorial

Are you a part of the 40% still trying to manage their tests with Excel? There’s a better way. A native test management solution like Xray keeps your tests organized, so you can easily release quality software. If you’re ready to make the jump to Xray, you can import hundreds of tests from CSV files to Xray.

How to build a culture of quality - part 1. vision and narrative

Does your organization use testing as a catch-all safety net for quality? Testers can often become the gatekeepers and decision-makers regarding whether something is ready to be “signed off,” which creates silos and can slow down releases. Nowadays, there is a lot more talk and emphasis in the testing and QA industry about shifting towards a quality engineering approach to build quality-in, and for everyone to contribute to the overall quality of what is being delivered.


6 key metrics to determine product quality

Every organization knows what quality should look like for the products they work on. However, what’s the best way of knowing whether the obtained quality compares to the expected quality of the product(s)? Quality can be both quantitative and qualitative. Many questions could be asked to determine quality. For example, "How do you feel about the product you use? How easy is it to use? Does it behave as expected? Do customers keep coming back to use our product?


How Xray scaled with Dashlane's 4x company growth

Dashlane is a web and mobile app that simplifies password management for people and businesses. Dashlane empowers organizations to protect company and employee data while helping everyone easily log in to the accounts they need. 400 team members across Paris, New York, and Lisbon are united by a strong sense of community and passion for improving the digital experience.