Introducing TestComplete 12.0: Support for New Languages, Packaged Applications, Real Mobile Web, and Much More

Now drive more frequent, higher quality releases across packaged apps, and write/record tests in JavaScript This week, we released the latest version of our automated GUI testing tool — TestComplete. The focus of the team behind TestComplete 12.0  has been to help you … [Read more...]

[Webinar] Delivering Quality Software Using Visual Studio 

You have probably run into quality issues when your Agile organization is siloed by function and team. Often, this is compounded by two reasons: Not focusing enough on quality early in the development process Relying on a poorly integrated set of development and … [Read more...]

HP Software Testing Tools Reportedly Up for Sale. Could Customers be the First Casualty?

According to a recent Bloomberg report: Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. is considering the sale of a number of its software assets. Under consideration for the sale are the assets HPE acquired over the past several years, including: Mercury Interactive, Autonomy, and Vertica … [Read more...]

The 7 Biggest Reasons Companies Escape from UFT to TestComplete

The concept of Agile has become increasingly popular as organizations try to meet faster delivery schedules with reduced timelines and costs. However, implementing an Agile testing process using an antiquated tool set can be a struggle. This is something that we have … [Read more...]

Better Test Design: A Journey to Succeed with UI Automation

UI automation often starts on a great note. You buy a test automation tool and start writing automated tests. But then, as you begin to scale your testing efforts — from ten to hundreds or even thousands of tests — maintenance of UI tests becomes difficult. The … [Read more...]

What Microsoft’s Love for Open Source Means for QA Teams

Almost a year and a half after the announcement of its open source .NET Core project, Microsoft has officially announced the release of .NET Core 1.0, ASP.NET Core 1.0, and Entity Framework Core 1.0, available on Windows, OS X and Linux. The announcement represents a major … [Read more...]

A Guide to Getting More Out of Your TestComplete Tests

Granting a final approval on the release of an application is often a tricky process. This is primarily because an application’s quality, and its ability to meet originally specified business requirements, entails having visibility across a variety of tests — including … [Read more...]

Too Many Tests, Too Little Time: Managing Your Software Testing Strategy

A simplistic view of testing projects looks something like this: feature tests, and then the set of everything created in the history of our product used for pre-release testing. Run the feature tests, run through the pre-release tests, and then boom. It's time to … [Read more...]

3 Approaches to Reporting Test Status to The Business

Imagine this... You are walking into work and happen to catch the same elevator as the CTO going up to the office. You have 12 floors to go and it feels like time is moving in reverse. Your CTO looks over at you and asks how the latest release is coming along. Your … [Read more...]

How Testing Teams Can Achieve End-to-End Traceability

A few years ago, at a test design course, I overheard someone complaining that the course did not offer advice for "requirements traceability." When I asked her what that meant, she pulled out an excel spreadsheet — the test cases were columns and the requirements rows. … [Read more...]