This presentation shows how Appium, an open source test automation tool, is playing a significant role in bringing the extreme fast changes to the market in a real-time banking digital environment.
Software Testing Videos and Tutorials: Load Testing, Unit Testing, Functional Testing
This presentation reviews recent developments in code analysis as well as the history of static analysis in commercial software and its evolution in the academic world. It provides an overview of the current commercial landscape, and conclude with best practices for organizations looking to bring static analysis into their software development environment and software testing practices.
The TestContainers library facilitates simple start up of a service dependencies, i.e. Postgres, Redis in throwaway Docker containers. This open source library works over Docker API and has a list of features which significantly improve a software developer experience.
After having worked as a software tester, an agile coach and a programmer, I have seen and experienced software development from different perspectives. One of the things that has stuck with me the most is how limited our view of software quality is. While we struggle with our unit tests or test cases, we are missing out on some fundamental factors which affect software quality.
We all know that test automation is a must if you hope to perform software testing on a large e-commerce project. However, there is more than one way to write tests for your software, and each has its own pros and cons.
Are your full stack acceptance tests slow, non-deterministic and hard to maintain? You’re not alone. Imagine running hundreds of them in a few seconds, giving the same result every time. How do you think a feedback loop that fast would that affect your team’s productivity?
More and more organizations build test automation frameworks based on the WebDriver and Appium tools to perform software testing their web and mobile projects. A big part of why there are so many flaky tests is that we don’t treat our tests as production code. Moreover, we don’t treat our framework as a product.