Web applications are a perfect example of a rapidly moving target for UI test automation tools. Agile and DevOps drive small changes and frequent releases. This leads to certain challenges in QA field. How to create tests that survive after small UI changes? How to create tests that produce same results if ran 10 times in a row on an unmodified application? How to create tests that check exactly those features they were designed to check?
Answers to these questions are not entirely simple. Test automation is still an art.
In this blog we try to figure out what every test automation engineer can do to find the right answers. First I'll give a few examples that illustrate common challenges in Web UI test automation.(Read More)
Last night we attended a large gathering of technologists in Washington, DC at the CDK Summer Meetup. Held at the General Assembly building, part of the 1776 technology incubator, the event was a chance for local technologists to learn about Inflectra, our mission to make software development and testing awesome, and also to sign up for our internship and tech blogging programs.(Read More)
Take any tool for UI test automation and you will notice that they always lack support for some of the UI controls. And I am not talking about trivial ones like buttons and edit boxes, but the one that are custom controls, which are unique and created for specific needs. It can be some sophisticated grid or menu or a fancy tree. A number of such controls in this rapidly evolving world is growing exponentially. So, every UI test automation engineer is challenged by emerging UI frameworks in every project. This is especially true for Web applications.
As a provider of a UI test automation tool - Rapise - we constantly do our best to arm engineers with the most advanced technologies to help them deal with new UI controls.
This article by Danis Markovtsev will showcase a real-life example of this.(Read More)
We’ve mentioned before that Inflectra is sponsoring DevGeekWeek2017 in Israel later this month. One of the perks of being a sponsor is an ability to engage with the conference attendees through seminars and talks. It is then only natural that we decided to also contribute our experience, technical knowledge and testing wisdom to this conference.
So, we are sending #TeamInflectra’s crème de la crème - Adam Sandman, Inflectra’s Technical Director, to talk about A Real-life TestOps Environment during a seminar called: Real Testing Scenario Strategy lead by Anna Lucovsky on June 21, 2017.(Read More)
Team Inflectra is traveling to Israel to participate in DevGeekWeek2017 – an annual, 5-day conference on all aspects of software development. Three Inflectra software engineers will give talks, meet face-to-face with Inflectra’s partners, customers and users and organize social events in Herzliya, Israel between June 19 and 22, 2017.
So, if you are in town for this exciting conference, look up Inflectra, get on our guest list and get much more out of your participation in DevGeekWeek2017.(Read More)
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