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Automated Visual Software Testing: The Missing Link in Software Test Automation

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This is a guest post from Adam Carmi. He is a Co-founder and CTO of Applitools, a startup company focused on delivering innovative cloud-based Automated Visual Testing solutions for front-end developers, automation engineers and QA teams. Applitools Eyes validates the correctness of GUI layout, content, functionality and appearance of web, mobile and hybrid apps across […]

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Remember WHY before WHAT and HOW

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All of us are problem solvers. We love to solve complex problems. Developing software is a complex problem. Understanding abstract requirements is a difficult problem. Getting shared understanding about these complex requirements is a difficult problem. Converting these requirements in a language which machine understands is a complicated problem. Testing software and ensuring that software meets […]

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Testing end-to-end? Remember, more could be counter productive

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One of the projects I am currently working on had a formal end-to-end testing phase. There are many interrelated systems, and end-to-end testing is a good exercise to ensure that system works as expected. However, it’s important to remember that executing more tests, especially during end-to-end testing phase could be counter productive. In general, I prefer […]

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Testing Restful Webservices or API Testing – Remember PAPAS BE SFO, DEED HELP GC and DVLA PC

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I have been working on API testing for some time now. To be specific, I have been testing RESTful web services. I like the idea of REST, and from what I have seen, many projects will move in this direction. In few projects I have been working on, RESTful web services are becoming a backbone […]

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Testing Mobile Apps – Is your app hungry for battery power?

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I mentioned in my previous post that I will focus on testing mobile applications and will share tips, tricks, and tools which might be useful for testing mobile applications. Today I am covering a topic which is critical for the user. This feature, However, is invisible (most of the time) and is often not covered […]

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Why Testing for mobile apps is different? Top 10 reasons

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We have witnessed the transition from desktop to web and are seeing another transition from web to mobile. I have been thinking about a blog series around testing mobile applications for a while, and this is the first blog post in the series. In the coming few weeks, I will try to cover various topics/products/approaches […]

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Do we need ROI for Software Testing and Automation?

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So what would be the ROI of reading this blog post? It’s possible that you get an idea which helps you in your test automation effort or removes myths you may have about software testing or you find that you are in software testing field because of wrong reasons and you leave this field altogether. […]

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software testing – Physical, mental, emotional, and social experience

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The word experience has become overused. What does it convey when you say I have ten years of experience or five years of experience in software testing? Nothing. Experience, in my opinion, is a very broad term. Experiences in software testing could be physical, mental, emotional, religious and social. If I recall my software testing […]

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Gmail + IMAP – Automated testing solution for emails

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Test automation around emails is a pain, if not done properly. Almost all the user facing web applications require user registration with the email and email usually serves as the username in the system – which should be unique. There are two main problems in automating email functionality – Generating unique email addresses Accessing inbox […]