Over the years, we’ve provided an extensive number of articles that provide a wealth of knowledge about Test Automation. Below is a compilation of some of those articles.
Guide to Automated Voice Apps Testing
This article explores some of the basic test tools you’ll need and how to blend the use different automated testing tools and methods together to build an effective test strategy for voice-based
Survey Results: Test Automation
For the third survey in our State of Software Testing Survey series, we cover the skills, tools, benefits, and problem areas of Test Automation.
Misconceptions About Test Automation
This article covers the most common misconceptions about software Test Automation.
September 2017 LogiGear Magazine
The September 2017 Magazine was entirely dedicated to Test Automation.
Cruise Control: Automation in PERFORMANCE TESTING
Automated performance testing is important. Here are some key things to keep in mind when implementing it.
Why is Test Automation the Backbone of Continuous Delivery?
Not all aspects of testing can be automated, but where it can, will help with software delivery tremendously. Especially when on the path to Continuous Delivery.
Avoid Epic Fail. Get Professional Help
This article covers the benefits of using professional services teams to get great Test Automation quickly.
Test Automation Tool Shopping Guide
We compiled a short list of criteria and popular automation tools.
Book Review: Experiences of Test Automation
This is a book every person with a relationship to software development should read.
Test Automation Games
This article focuses on 3 main contexts for Test Automation; code, system, and social context. Each content has its own automation approach, tools, and styles for each.
The Real Costs/Benefits of Test Automation
Do you know what it takes to automate testing? This article breaks down the challenges and benefits of Test Automation that you may not have been aware of.
Four Software Testing Challenges We Must Repeatedly Overcome
This article covers the four software testing challenges that still need to be overcome in order to advance in the software testing industry.
Utility: A program that performs a specific task related to the management of computer functions, resources, or files, as password protection, memory management, virus protection, and file compression. Tool: A program or application that software development teams use to create, debug, maintain, or otherwise support other programs and applications. The term usually refers to programs that can be combined together ...
Introduction A common issue that I come across in projects is the relationship between test automation and programming. In this article I want to highlight some of the differences that I feel exist between the two.
Introduction As a consultant and trainer, I am often asked by my clients and students how to deal with automated acceptance tests. One common question is whether automated acceptance tests should use the graphical user interface (GUI) provided by the application.
The Cloud demands that we be as nimble as possible, delivering features and fixes in almost real-time fashion. Both customer and provider rely on software development that can maintain quality while being light on its feet and constantly moving. In addition, Cloud-oriented systems tend to be highly complex and dynamic in structure — more than ...
Jenkins is a Continuous Integration (CI) tool that controls repeatable tasks in software development. Check out this guide to see how TestArchitect seamlessly integrates with Jenkins to establish a CI environment for Automated Testing.
Developers of large data-intensive software often notice an interesting — though not surprising — phenomenon: When usage of an application jumps dramatically, components that have operated for months without trouble suddenly develop previously undetected errors. For example, the application may have been installed on a different OS-hardware-DBMS-networking platform, or newly added customers may have account ...
LogiGear Magazine – The Big Testing Issue – April 2012
Are you frustrated with vendors of test automation tools that do not tell you the whole story about what it takes to automate testing? Are you tired of trying to implement test automation without breaking the bank and without overloading yourself with work? I experienced first-hand why people find test automation difficult, and I developed ...
An Overview of Four Methods for Systematic Test Design Strategy Many people test, but few people use the well-known black-box and white-box test design techniques. The technique most used, however, seems to be testing randomly chosen valid values, followed by error guessing, exploratory testing and the like. Could it be that the more systematic test ...
There are few topics in quality assurance testing that cause as much confusion as smoke testing versus sanity testing. The two names would seem to describe very different practices— and they do! But people still get them confused, since the distinction is somewhat subtle.
As our world continues its digital transformation with excitement in the advancement and convergence of so many technologies- from AI, machine learning, big data and analytics, to device mesh connectivity, nor should we forget VR and AR- 2017 promises to be a year that further transforms the way we work, play and take care of ...
LogiGear Magazine September Issue 2020: Testing Transformations: Modernizing QA in the SDLC