The test pyramid is a concept invented in 2012 by Martin Fowler and defined as “a way of thinking about how different kinds of automated tests should be used to create a balanced portfolio.” The Test Pyramids is a common way to define and structure your test strategy, to organize the different test techniques, tools, and to manage the test automation effort.
Tutorials and resources on how to apply functional testing in software testing
Salesforce is a major software player in the field of customer relationship management (CRM) and customer service. This article discusses the specific challenges of testing Salesforce applications and provides best practices for implementing test automation in this domain.
Cerberus Testing is an open source low-code test automation platform. It supports testing Web, iOS, Android and API (REST, SOAP and Kafka) applications and integrates with Selenium, Appium and other testing tools.
You have inherited some legacy C++ code: it is valuable, but it doesn’t have tests, and it wasn’t designed to be testable, so you need to start refactoring. But you can’t refactor safely until the code has tests, and you can’t add tests without refactoring! How can you ever break out of this loop?
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.
They seem far away the days when software developers could target exactly each pixel on a Windows screen. Today, web applications run on various browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, etc.) on different mobile or desktop devices with specific screen settings. This is why you need to perform cross-browser testing. This article lists the main cross-browser testing tools available today.
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.