Wikipedia defines code review as a systematic examination of computer source code to improve the overall quality of software. In his blog post, Joel Kemp provides some propositions on how to give better code reviews.
Although Behavior Driven Development has been existing for over 10 years, the methodology hasn’t yet been very popular in the Java world. One reason for this are the existing BDD tools for Java that are cumbersome for developers to use and require a lot of maintenance.
API like web services are the foundation of modern approaches for software architectures. In this article, Alexey Grinevich presents the main challenges when testing different API technologies during regression testing. He also discusses which features a tool should provide to perform API testing.
The Nordic Test Forum conference is a two-day event for software testing professionals in the Nordic area and Baltic states. Its main focus is on issues relevant to production managers, engineers and technicians working in the fields of production, test, inspection and validation of electronics.
Creating a comprehensive testing suite is imperative to success in the mobile market to ensure your app is of the highest quality with each and every release. Unit tests can only test your core business logic. How can you ensure your user interface is bulletproof and regression free on four versions of iOS on 20 devices or eight versions of android on over 18,000 device models? This is where creating automated user interface testing for mobile apps comes in.
With the important number of devices and customized operating systems, the testing of mobile apps can take a long time. Manual testing is almost impossible and normal automated testing can take a very long time. In this article, Sai Krishna explains how to run mobile tests in parallel using the Appium open source testing tool.
Mockito, the open source mocking framework for unit tests written in Java, has finally released its version 2, labelled 2.1.0. Mockito 2 demands even cleaner tests remove unnecessary stubs, detect incorrect code with improved argument matchers, use Java 8 answers, and more. In 2016, Mockito has estimated user base of 2M engineers – thank you very much for mocking with us! We greatly value your feedback, feature requests and contributions Mockito 2 contains 700 commits from almost 50 individual contributors.