PractiTest has released its eighth annual State of Testing© report containing insights from software testing professionals from around the world. This document confirms the growth of test automation and that software testers are working more and more outside their traditional QA silo.
Tutorials and resources on how to apply test automation in software testing
This video shares strategies for successful automation, the challenge of flaky tests, the perils of UI automation, and many other tips based on experience in test and test automation across dozens of high volume products. Whether you are deeply invested in test automation, or just getting started, learn practical tips you can apply to your own testing efforts immediately.
Test management is defined by Wikipedia a part of the software testing process that includes the planning of tests and test cases, their execution and the storage and analysis of the tests results. This is achieved also by the integration with requirements management tools, functional software testing tools like Selenium or Cucumber, continuous integration tools like Jenkins or TeamCity, bug tracking tools like Bugzilla or Mantis, project management tools like Trello, Redmine or JIRA.
The bigger question for software development teams embarking on their test automation journey is “What to test?” My rule of thumb is “Start with the scariest code”. This presentation shares with you a framework for evaluating the ROI of writing a test for a feature and prioritizing what to test.
QuAck is a web-based open-source test management tool that can store test cases and test suites and execute them. It is based on a pluggable architecture that allows implementation of custom authentication providers, integration with tracking and test executing systems. This article presents the key features of QuAck.
PractiTest, the leader in testing management solutions, announced that its newly-released testing automation management solution update could be used to prevent software crashes similar to the one experienced in Massachusetts when it opened up COVID-19 vaccination appointments to Priority Group 2 Phase 2 residents.
Running automated tests is a good thing for software quality assurance. Now you have to understand the results of the current test run. You could also be interested to see how your tests results evolve over time. To achieve these goals, you need a tool to produce meaningful tests reports and there are some open source tools to help you do this.