ABT: More than Keywords

ABT and Keyword-driven testing – Similarities and Differences Both Keyword-driven testing and Action Based Testing (ABT) use a test authoring approach that separates much of the programming work of test automation from the actual test design. This allows tests to be developed earlier and aids in tests maintenance.

Something Old, Something New: Requirements and Specifications

Differences in interpretation of requirements and specifications by programmers and testers is a common source of bugs. For many, perhaps most, development teams the terms requirement and specification are used interchangeably with no detrimental effect. In everyday development conversations the terms are used synonymously, one is as likely to mean the “spec” as the “requirements.”

In the News – March 2015

ACTION BASED TESTING TEMPLATE IS NOW AVAILABLE Action Based Testing (ABT) is an efficient method of test development that provides a systematic approach to avoid the significant issues that limit the success of automated testing. It is a great method for test development and to facilitate that LogiGear has developed an ABT template that provides …

Letter from the Editor – March 2015

I spend about half my work time in the role of a consultant assessing, auditing and examining software development team practices and processes for the purpose of process improvement. I am regularly surprised to find teams that lack basic skills, management support, tools, information, access to users, Product Owners and to developers. And yet they’re …