Engineered with a focus on testing efficiency, our product team has introduced some really cool features this month. Let’s dive right in! With these new feature updates, we’re continuing to make test automation a breeze.
Manual tests slow down your team and limit test coverage, but implementing UI test automation can sometimes seem daunting. After all, you have a massive application with numerous moving parts, and UI tests are notoriously flaky. So, how can you improve quality and streamline your UI testing efforts? In this article, you’ll learn the difference between test automation and test management, and how integrating the two can unlock a more comprehensive approach to quality.
Appium is a well-known mobile automation tool for automating native, hybrid, mobile web, and desktop apps. The appium community has come up with a major release in recent years, appium 2.0.0, and has made some considerable changes in making appium a platform where drivers and plugins can coexist independently. In this blog, we will see how we can create an executable file for the appium server.
As the Head of Quality Assurance (QA), you have a crucial role in ensuring the success of your team. Effective leadership can significantly impact the productivity, efficiency, and morale of your QA team. Leading a QA team to success requires more than just technical expertise in quality assurance. It entails effective leadership, strong communication, and the ability to inspire and empower your team members.
Why are IT projects unsuccessful? What could be the reasons for failure? Project failures can be due to many reasons and may vary from several issues ranging from trivial to significant blockers during execution. These impact budgets, deadlines, goals, and not meeting the program’s success criteria or definition of done. According to a PwC study of over 10,640 projects, only a tiny portion of companies – 2.5% to be exact – completed 100% of their assignments successfully.
Writing effective test cases is an integral part of the software development and testing process, especially when dealing with complex applications with multiple functionalities. Test cases serve as a reference for future testing cycles, facilitate knowledge transfer when new team members join, and help identify and document complex functionalities. They are also essential for preventing bugs, improving test coverage, and prioritizing product releases.
Learn how incorporating security measures from the very beginning and fostering a sense of shared responsibility among teams can accelerate development cycles while reducing vulnerabilities.