SmartBear Resources

Mobile Apps: How & What to Test

In this webinar, SmartBear's Nikhil Kaul, Product Manager, joins Sr. Engineer Jeff Martin to discuss approaches QA professionals can take to find the right balance between speed of mobile application delivery and quality at an...

How to Run Selenium from TestComplete in 6 Easy Steps

This four-minute video by Joe Colantonio shows how easy it is to run a Selenium test right out of TestComplete.

Windows 10: What it Means for Testers

With over 2 million public testers, Windows 10 is poised to be a bigger deal for software development and QA professionals than any previous OS release. Additionally, Microsoft is also rolling out a new web browser and a free...

TestComplete Datasheet

Learn more about the key features and benefits of TestComplete.

What is Load Testing?

By the time any software development project nears completion, it likely will have gone through numerous tests, particularly in an Agile environment where testing and development happen concurrently. But no matter how many...

What Is Microservice Architecture?

Microservice architecture, or simply microservices, is a distinctive method of developing software systems that has grown in popularity in recent years.  In fact, even though there isn’t a whole lot out there on what...

API Virtualization: Mocking on Steroids

What's even better than mocking? API Virtualization. This presentation will show you how. With API Virtualization, quickly and easily create mocks to validate the APIs you depend on, then pump them up with some serious...

Blueprint your API with Apiary

This webinar, presented by Jakub Nesetril from and Smartbear's Ole Lensmar teaches you how use the power of the API Blueprint plugin with SoapUI Pro to create, mock, and test your APIs

Austin API Meetup with Justin Collier

At the most recent Austin API Meetup, Justin Collier, Product Marketing Manager at SmartBear presented 'Floundering Without an External API'

What's New In Selenium

It's hard to believe, but Selenium is about to turn 11 years old. Selenium was originally developed in 2004 by Jason Huggins at ThoughtWorks as a tool to help out with some internal projects. A lot has changed since then...
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