Automation testing seems like a no-brainer when you consider all the apparent perks it promises — li [...]
XBO Quarterly Webinar - AI-Based Test Automation Without AIIs this possible? Artificial Intelligence Based Test Automation but with no AI? Well, according to Jeremias Roessler, it is! Find out how in this quarterly webinar slidedeck with XBOSoft's special guest speaker, Jeremy Rößler. View this XBOSoft webinar to learn more >
Software Regression Testing - A Day in the Life of When we undertake a regression testing effort, we [...]
“The number one reason QA Managers lose their jobs is from failed automation initiatives. Is automation important? Absolutely! Don’t make a rookie mistake and waste your budget only to get negative ROI.” I've seen it first hand. I'd say there are 7 big mistakes that can undermine any automation effort...
Mark Bentsen, a friend and fellow software QA enthusiast, recently posted on LinkedIn, “The number one reason QA Managers lose their jobs is from failed automation initiatives. Is automation important? Absolutely! Don’t make a rookie mistake and waste your budget only to get negative ROI.” I've seen it first hand. I'd say there are 7 big mistakes that can undermine any automation effort:
Practical Test Automation and Performance Testing Webinar Webinar Recording Speakers: Donna McCollum [...]
A Test case is simply a list of actions that need to be executed to verify a particular functionalit [...]
How does one begin to thoughtfully build a mobile testing strategy for ensuring quality in this constantly shifting mobile landscape? For starters, building out a QA “dimensional” framework provides a great strategic foundation that can meet the immediate and future testing needs in this dynamic environment.Critical dimensions in a mobile QA and test strategy include:
- Platform Compatibility (OS/Devices)
- Network Variances
- Test automation
- Usability and User Experience
One of the first steps in software test automation is to evaluate test automation tools. Many organizations key considerations in evaluating test automation tools is cost. Not us. We believe that one of the most critical criteria is the ability to recognize objects. The table below is an excerpt of one evaluation we did for a desktop and web-based software application. That's right, 'for a desktop and web-based software application'. Evaluating and selecting the testing automation tool that is best for you depends on the software that is under test. Let’s talk more about evaluating test automation tools for Object Recognition for web applications...