Agile’s most defining qualities are speed of delivery and testing friendliness. Automating the tests and building a sustainable, low-maintenance framework is the key to maximizing Agile’s benefits. Doing it right requires new thinking and strategic methods—not old or random test automation practices. When coupled with testing and driven by Action Based Testing (ABT), Agile practices will improve system development and test development.
There will always be multiple applications that do the same exact thing, and all them will tout themselves as being the best. As such, the challenge in application development is no longer just creating software that has all the necessary features and functionality, but one that also has a strong user experience.
Just when you thought you were safe from more process improvement for a while—not so fast. There’s DevOps, Continuous Testing, Continuous Delivery and Continuous Deployment. In this issue, we are focusing on Continuous Testing, the part most concerning Test teams.
Quality assurance is a complex effort for many organizations to uphold, as schedules become shorter than ever while the teams are put under pressure to deploy more deliverables more often. In this type of environment, it’s critical to have capable quality assurance testing tools and associated frameworks to achieve these expectations while also ensuring quality standards are upheld.