Teams today are constantly feeling pressure to deliver their software faster without compromising quality. Incorporating test automation platforms with cloud capabilities into development cycles and leveraging parallel testing can alleviate speed and scalability bottlenecks by cutting
Change is hard. For many software teams, the headaches and disruptions caused by switching testing tools often outweigh any benefits that might be gained from switching. What if there was a better way?
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Driving patient-centered care in healthcare necessities Electronic Health Records (EHR) systems like EPIC are tested thoroughly in a reduced time. However, balancing speed with improved quality can come with its own set of challenges.
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Testing frameworks are an essential part of any successful automated testing process. They can reduce maintenance costs and testing efforts and will provide a higher return on investment (ROI) for QA teams looking to optimize their agile processes.
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Not all GUI tests should be automated, but there are many manual tests that could be and would significantly cut down on the time and costs associated with running UI tests if they were. For example, any tasks that are repetitive or mundane, like ensuring a button works across multiple different
Testing the user interface (UI) of an application is a critical part of the software development lifecycle. Most end users focus on the usability and aesthetics of the applications they interact with and are blind to the underlying source code and other technical aspects that make those apps
The growth of agile and the demand it’s placing on QA teams for faster delivery cycles is forcing many to replace their older, monolithic development models with a more streamlined process. However, testing practices like manual testing are keeping teams from adopting flexible