Testplant QA Recap + How We Do Regression Testing

1/17/18 / by Jeannette Smith posted in QA testing, Regression testing, testing automation, API testing, Selenium WebDriver

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Wow! It’s been quite a year in QA at Testplant. We’ve implemented so many new, big features, providing even more ways to expand our quiver of testing solutions—and yours.

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Thrive in the Digital Economy With Intelligent Digital Experience Monitoring

1/9/18 / by John Bates posted in Automation testing, DevOps, Digital Experience, UX, UX testing, artificial intelligence, intelligent monitoring, analytics

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For a while now (about 10 years), Dev and Ops have been trying to get along. After all, collaboration between the two creates fast feedback loops and gets high-quality software into users’ hands faster. But with a new space emerging, digital experience management, Dev and Ops need to make a new BFF—the business—to stay in sync.

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20 Smart Technology Predictions for 2018

1/3/18 / by JB Brockman posted in IoT Testing, Real User Experience, User Experience, User experience testing, IOT, artificial intelligence

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A new outlook, optimism, and wonder. For me, the start of the new year is always exciting and prompts a lot of questions about how our space and our solutions will evolve over the next 12 months.

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Like Selenium? Now You Can Use It With Eggplant Functional.

1/3/18 / by Pamela Gillaspie posted in User Experience, Functional testing, User experience testing, Selenium WebDriver, Selenium

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Selenium is a popular open source test automation tool for lots of reasons. You can get started with it quickly. It’s widely used, so knowing it can be a marketable skill. And, because it’s not that easy to use right out of the box, testers who become well-versed in Selenium can advance into lucrative framework development.

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It’s Here! Eggplant Functional Support for iOS Gateway 4.4.

12/19/17 / by Jon Flowers posted in automated testing, Digital Experience, Real User Experience, user journey, iOS Gateway

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It’s not often you hear dev teams shouting from the rooftops about a relatively minor software release. (Actually, developers rarely shout in the first place, except when playing a lively game of foosball.) But we think this one is pretty cool.

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Gartner Names Testplant A Visionary

12/5/17 / by JB Brockman posted in App testing, DevOps, User Experience, Automated testing tools, Software test automation, AI

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Pop the Champagne and celebrate with us! We're honored to be named by Gartner as a visionary in its 2017 Magic Quadrant for Software Test Automation. More specifically, the report recognized our technology-agnostic, cross-platform, automated testing approach that focuses on the user experience. Dowload your complimentary copy of the Gartner MQ report.

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Can You Handle the Load?

11/22/17 / by Antony Edwards posted in cross-platform, Load testing, User Experience, Performance testing, User experience testing

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In the past few weeks, I’ve been getting daily emails about early access to retailers’ Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. Which got me thinking about two things: one, I hope retailers are prepared for the even earlier onslaught of online traffic, and two, the high stakes for site performance on the two busiest shopping days of the year.

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Top Three Takeaways for Test Architects From Gartner Symposium 2017

11/14/17 / by Antony Edwards posted in software testing, User experience testing, security, artificial intelligence, test architect

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The annual Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Barcelona, Spain, is a great pulse check for what's on the minds of CIOs in large companies (like banks, utilities, telcos, governments). It's not necessarily the place to see the absolute latest technology, but it is the place to see what organizational problems CIOs are trying to solve with technology, and what companies are rolling out next year.

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The Role of API Testing in the Digital World

11/10/17 / by Antony Edwards posted in UI testing, UX testing, APIs, API testing

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Consumerization, digital experience, DevOps, mobile, fragmentation, and microservices have changed how software products are architected, how they’re produced, what they do, who uses them, and those users’ expectations. As a result, there’s been a massive shift in testing requirements, both in terms of what we’re trying to achieve and what we need to do.

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Image-Based Testing for ATMs and New Device Categories

11/9/17 / by Antony Edwards posted in GUI testing, image based testing, UI testing, ATM testing, Device testing

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Note: Back by popular demand, this is a repost of a previous blog by Antony Edwards.

SciFi worlds from the 1980s always included super powerful, intelligent computers that you could talk to. By the late 90s, the vision had moved on to worlds where everything is a computer and connected; maybe even us. And it’s this ubiquitous computing that I think is the most exciting and interesting part of technology: new device categories.

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