pCloudy is a cloud based continuous testing platform designed to enhance the quality of the mobile application under test. In this white paper, we will discuss how we can increase the speed of testing mobile apps by enabling continuous testing. We will have an overview of how we can perform manual and automation testing and list the latest features of pCloudy at the end.
Software Testing Articles, Blog Posts, Books, Podcasts and Quotes
The purpose of this article to share thoughts about software testing activities in the Scrum Agile framework. This article is divided in two main parts. The first part focuses on explaining the Scrum approach, who are the players, how are the plans transformed into actions, key ceremonies and what happens in a Scrum sprint. In the second part, I describe the software testing process followed in Scrum methodology and how it can be integrated within Scrum sprint.
“Tools and machines are great, but in the end, it is the people who matter. Putting together an effective automated test team requires lots of planning and skills.” This might the emblematic quote of this great book about software testing automation. The book groups case studies written each by a different author. Each case study is presented in the preface, so you can pick the story that you prefer, based on many criteria like application domain, tool type… or if the project was successful or not.
Nowadays, you have to make every effort to keep a website visitor. If a user doesn’t like your website design or its logic, you can be sure that this user will immediately leave the page and never come back. That is why every project should create a balanced and effective web design.
Virtual Reality (VR) can be defined as the use of computer technology to create a simulated environment. This technology has a lot of applications in gaming, architecture or training services with specific devices. This article shares some tips on how to perform software testing on virtual reality software.
Since the start of software development, we have always had to test our software. And over the course of several decades, the discipline of software testing has seen many best practices and patterns developed. Unfortunately however, not all practices have been good and there are also anti-patterns.
Both Selenium and Cucumber are popular open source test automation frameworks. In this article, Jessica Cyrus explains how to integrate Cucumber and Selenium WebDriver which allows defining automated tests in a language that could be easier to understand outside the software testing team.