The Treacherous Land of Undocumented APIs

APIs have obviously gained a lot of momentum in business over the last few years. More than a “player to be reckoned with," APIs have turned into an economy in and of themselves. Evolving from a rather simple use case – enabling easier computer-to-computer communication – … [Read more...]

Testing Under Anticipated Load

Welcome to the seventh installment of our eight-part webinar series about “The Seven Fundamentals of Mission-Critical Service Testing.” We know, the numbering is a little confusing, but it’s because we had an introductory part not part of the regular chapters. In this … [Read more...]

Introducing the API Testing Dojo

We all know that testing software is very important. This sentiment only continues to grow as our lives become more and more engulfed with software enabled devices. And while businesses and solo developers alike understand the benefits of testing their websites and apps, API … [Read more...]

Fully Track Your Testing Results

Welcome to the sixth installment of our eight-part webinar series about “The Seven Fundamentals of Mission-Critical Service Testing.” We know, the numbering is a little confusing, but it’s because we had a first introductory part. In this series, Robert Schneider, from our … [Read more...]

Get The Most Productivity From Your Developers and Testers

Welcome to the fifth installment of our eight-part webinar series about “The Seven Fundamentals of Mission-Critical Service Testing.” In this series, Robert Schneider, from our training-partner WiseClouds, goes through what you should be thinking about if you’re testing … [Read more...]

Make Sure Your Services Are Secure

Welcome to the fourth installment of our eight-part webinar series about “The Seven Fundamentals of Mission-Critical Service Testing.” In this series, Robert Schneider, from our training-partner WiseClouds, goes through what you should be thinking about if you’re testing … [Read more...]

Should Exploratory Load Testing Be Part of Your Process?

If you do a Google search of the concept of exploratory load testing for software, you quickly realize that there isn’t as much material about it as you might think. Why? Well, it’s not an easy concept to grasp, quite honestly. Sure, some may say “I understand it!” but when … [Read more...]

Using Tools or Being Tools?

On May 23 we had our first SoapUI user conference, MeetUI, at our office in Stockholm, Sweden. Apart from some great sessions from our speakers, we also had a fishbowl-type panel discussion. In this kind of discussion, there is always one seat open on the stage that … [Read more...]

SoapUI at Centiro – Implementing the “Click”

Per Åkerberg, a veteran SoapUI user and quality buff, was one of the presenters at MeetUI 2013, SoapUI's user conference that was held in Stockholm on May 23. According to Per, writing tests in SoapUI is easy - writing good ones is hard. At Centiro, Per and his team had … [Read more...]

Empower Developers to Build Quality In

Peter Antman, one of the presenters at MeetUI 2013, had a great presentation about how you can better integrate quality assurance into your development processes. Using techniques from Toyota’s Lean methodology, he claims that by empowering the developer to be able to stop … [Read more...]