Effective automated tests speed up delivery, reduce errors, and deliver better products. However, incorrectly implementing test automation can increase costs and delay delivery. Our QA Community of Experts wrote about how to execute valuable automated tests.
Test automation can help lower costs, reduce delivery, and increase product quality. Modus’ QA Community of Experts shares tips for getting started with test automation and details the responsibilities of other departments for automated testing.
Automated testing can improve product quality and expedite delivery, but requires a well planned test automation strategy to ensure success. Modus’ QA Community of Experts shares best practices for planning a test automation strategy based on the Test Pyramid.
Test recorders empower QA teams without coding skills to create and execute automated tests more efficiently. Jakub Gladykowski details the capabilities of test recorders, commonly used tools, and more.
Strong quality assurance plays a critical role in all product development cycles, resulting in higher performance and smoother and faster releases. Without effective QA, product teams may end cutting corners, resulting in less impressive releases that reduce the product’s value.
Moving too fast can cause issues in your test automation process, and without attention to detail, a web application build will not succeed. In the fourth article of our Python Automation Testing blog series, Sergiu Popescu discusses the importance of taking your time and “reading the manual”.
Python3 comes upgraded with new QA features and testing tools. Learn how to setup Pytest-bdd with Python3 in the third article of Sergiu Popescu’s Python Automation Testing series.
The Screenplay Test Design Pattern, also known as the Flow Pattern, has been around since 2007 and can be used to address high costs associated with using the Page Object. Learn how to implement the Screenplay Test Design Pattern with Node.JS, WebdriveIO, and Cucumber.
Properly integrating C# test assertions is key to producing quality test data, whether you’re new to C# or already working on a functioning framework.
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