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Introducing Eggplant AI 2.1 and New Accelerators

7/12/18 / by Gareth Smith posted in artificial intelligence, continuous integration, continuous delivery, intelligent testing, Eggplant AI, real user monitoring, model-based testing, real user insights

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Don’t Test the Code, Test the Business

5/24/18 / by John Bates posted in Digital Experience, Test automation, User Experience, UX, User experience testing, UX testing, testing best practices, testing strategy, user journey, intelligent monitoring, continuous integration, continuous delivery, QA, Eggplant Digital Automation Intelligence Suite, intelligent testing

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Quality assurance (QA) used to be a compliance activity. You were releasing a product and needed to test it and stamp it “approved.” QA was about testing that the code worked. You might manually test the code. You might have even tried some automation — coding a set of test scripts that would try to capture regressions or errors that you had eradicated in the past, but which somehow crept back in. All in all, you were reasonably satisfied that you achieved a level of test coverage that met your goals. Then, you put your code into production and crossed your fingers that nothing went wrong. And if it did, you tried to fix it as quickly as humanly possible.

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A Babel Fish for Testing

5/2/18 / by John Bates posted in Digital Experience, Test automation, User Experience, IOT, APIs, user journey, continuous integration, continuous delivery, QA, Eggplant Digital Automation Intelligence Suite, intelligent testing, fusion engine

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It used to be that software testers could test their applications on just one platform, and only have to worry about testing that the code worked.

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Eggplant Functional: Automatically Run Selenium Standalone Server on Windows

1/24/18 / by Bekki Freeman posted in Regression testing, Software test automation, testing best practices, Selenium WebDriver, Selenium, continuous integration

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To fully automate the execution of Selenium WebDriver tests through Eggplant Functional, it’s convenient to set up the Selenium Standalone Server to run automatically every time the system under test boots. If the Standalone Server isn't running, the test will not execute, leading to delays in continuous integration, and false-negatives on regression testing.

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