Works on My Machine

4/4/18 / by Bekki Freeman posted in eggPlant Functional, QA testing, Quality assurance, Software testing tools, UI testing, User Experience, UX, Functional testing, software testing, testing best practices, testing strategy, software development, user journey, test automation strategy, Eggplant solutions

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Note: Test engineers Reena Kuni and Jeannette Smith also contributed to this blog.

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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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Avoid the App Scrap Heap

9/25/17 / by John Bates posted in App testing, Application testing, Customer Experience, Digital Experience, Real User Experience, Test automation, UI testing, Automated testing tools, UX testing, IOT, AI

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You can find 28 million apps on Google Play and 22 million in Apple’s App Store. Yet, nearly one in four people who download an app use it only once. Apps are incredibly slow under certain circumstances, don’t work in key parts of the workflow, and have less-than-optimal usability. The app scrap heap is growing because many organizations are still testing to ensure code quality, not a superior user experience (UX).

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Guest blog: Test automation is the future. Do you want to be part of it?

8/25/16 / by Milli d'Hangest d'Yvoy posted in eggPlant, eggPlant Functional, Quality assurance, Software testing tools, UI testing, Uncategorized, UndoDB, Functional testing, Live Recorder, TestPlant, Undo Software

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Today we are excited to bring you a guest blog post from Dr Greg Law, at UndoTestPlant announced a technology partnership with Undo on August 17, 2016. To read more about the partnership, click here.

The rise of test-driven development, agile methodologies, continuous integration and continuous deployment are transforming how software is created and provided to customers.  Simultaneously, the spread of software into more and more of the devices around us and the interconnectivity of those devices means that the sector is growing in scale, complexity and importance. These factors are having an enormous impact on testing and QA departments. If more software is being produced and needs to be deployed in shorter and shorter timeframes, traditional testing methodologies have to change, hence the rise of automation in the testing process.

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eggPlant Functional v16.1 new features make scripting easy for enterprise test deployments

7/6/16 / by Elizabeth Simons posted in eggPlant Functional, GUI testing, image based testing, Interface testing, Source code management, Test automation, Test Tool Design, UI testing, Functional testing, Gherkin, Software test automation, software testing, Using eggPlant

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eggPlant Functional v16.1 is now available! Upgrade or download it to try out the new features today.

The eggPlant Functional v16.1 release is packed with features and updates that make setup and scripting easy for enterprise test deployments. ‘What kind of good stuff is this?’ you ask. Let’s dig in to find out…

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Impressive and engaging talks at the Northern Lights testing conference

5/17/16 / by Gordon Mckeown posted in automated testing, defining software tests, defining test scope, GUI testing, QA testing, Quality assurance, Test automation, test scalability, Testing tools, TestPlant Events, UI testing, Gordon McKeown, Northern Lights conference, Test tools

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I recently presented at the Northern Lights conference in Manchester. This conference was hosted by the BCS (British Computing Society), and my talk was “Tools. Techniques. Trouble? Why test automation is getting more difficult, and what can be done about it.” You may have seen my blog post from ahead of the show, but if you haven’t yet, you can find it here.

I focussed on automating user interactions with the System under Test (SUT) and automating the creation of test scripts but not the automation of the testing process itself. I addressed both functional and load testing.

For those who weren’t there, here are the key points that I covered in my presentation:

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From everyone at TestPlant - thank you!

5/12/16 / by George Mackintosh posted in automated testing, Cross-browser testing, Gartner, GUI test, GUI testing, image based testing, innovation, innovative, Patent, Queen's Award, Test automation, UI test, UI testing, Blog, innovative testing, Mobile test automation, TestPlant

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Innovation is underpinned by commercial success. TestPlant has been the test industry “disruptor” but our inventions have brought solutions to many thousands of engineers in many hundreds of the world’s leading enterprises. Thank you for making eggPlant your test automation solution – and thank you if you’re on the point of joining our user community.

You have lead the field by using eggPlant tools and now we’d like you to share in the glow of the honours and recognition's that have so recently been bestowed upon us: top ratings by Gartner, the world’s top IT research firm; a Queen’s Award for Innovation and yet another patent. Together they endorse our creativity, our uniqueness, our hard work and…your choice!

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UX testing and the PARM principle: STAREAST boasted QA fun

5/9/16 / by Elizabeth Simons posted in GUI testing, STAREAST, Test automation, TestPlant Events, UE, UE testing, UI testing, User Experience, UX, exploratory testing, Functional testing, software testing, User experience testing, UX testing

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If you’re looking for fun testing, STAREAST is the place to find it. With an overarching theme of user-experience testing, the undertone of this show was definitely a fun one. Not to mention that it’s set in Orlando, FL., where you can find Disney World, Sea World, Epcot, and more.

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