We’ve scoured the internet to search for videos that provide a wealth of knowledge about Test Automation. We curated this short-list of videos that cover everything from the basics, to the more advanced, and why Test Automation should be part of part of any software development organization.
Automation Testing Tutorial for Beginners
This tutorial introduces Automation Testing to beginners. Automation is indispensable to Quality Analyst (QA) professionals to save manual testing effort. Automation Testing means using an Automation Tool to Execute your Test Case Suite.
Why You Need An Automation Testing Framework
Blackbox automation testing should be part of any successful software development organization. Unit testing is great, but to cover the largest area of your software with the least effort you need to have blackbox automation testing. Not only that, but
you also need to have an automation testing framework.
REST API concepts and examples
This video introduces the viewer to some API concepts by making example calls to Facebook’s Graph API, Google Maps’ API, Instagram’s Media Search API, and Twitter’s Status Update API.
REST Vs SOAP – What is the difference? | Tech Primers
This video covers the difference between REST and SOAP.
Making testing fun | Andy Zaidman | TEDxDelft
Zaiman’s interest in software started with his fascination for computers as a teenager. As part of his talk, he will explore examples of high profile projects that went wrong due to software bugs. He also explains the importance of software testing before
its release as it is usually undervalued by many.
TestArchitect TM is the name we have given to our automation toolset. It reflects the vision that automated testing requires a well-designed architectural plan allowing technical and non-technical elements to work fluidly in their capacity. It also addresses the continual missing link of all test automation tools of how to design tests. In TestArchitect the test ...
LogiGear Magazine September Test Automation Issue 2017
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 ...
Understanding the benefits and challenges of Automating ERP is critical. According to SAP, ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) “is the core processes that are needed to run a company: finance, human resources, manufacturing, supply chain, services, procurement, and others. At its most basic level, ERP integrates these processes into a single system. But new ERP systems ...
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 ...
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.
As I wrote in various articles, organization is one of the 3 key requisites for successful automated testing, the other two being test design and automation architecture.
LogiGear Magazine – The Big Testing Issue – April 2012
LogiGear Magazine – April 2014 – Test Tool and Automation
Regardless of your current state of tools, building an effective Continuous Integration suite of significant automated regression tests is the key to moving to a higher level of confidence in today’s development world. In the evolution timeline of software development tools, new tools have recently proliferated. We have all been sold on collaboration, transparency and ...
LogiGear Magazine – April 2013 – Test Automation
There is no one recipe to make big testing a big success. It takes planning and careful execution of the various aspects, like test design, infrastructure and organization – a mix that can be different for each situation in which you may find yourself. In writing about big testing, the first question that comes up ...