Achieving Automation Success: Using Action Based Testing in TestArchitect

Achieving success with automated testing can be difficult. With the combination of Action Based Testing and TestArchitect, success is possible. Avoiding something because it’s difficult will never get you anywhere in today’s day and age. Even though making automated testing successful in terms of both scalability and long-term maintainability is often regarded as a challenge, …

Testing Smoke Detectors

People rely on software more every year, so it’s critical to test it. But one thing that gets overlooked (that should be tested regularly) are smoke detectors. As the relatively young field of software quality engineering matures with all its emerging trends and terminology, software engineers often overlook that the software they test has parallels …

TestArchitect Corner: Capture Screens of Application Under Test during Automation Execution

Trying to understand why fails, errors, or warnings occur in your automated tests can be quite frustrating. TestArchitect relieves this pain.  Debugging blindly can be tedious work—especially when your test tool does most of its work through the user interface (UI). Moreover, bugs can sometimes be hard to replicate when single-stepping through a test procedure. …