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Functional testing is great for finding some types of problems. But using that technique alone is a bit like volunteering to put blinders on to other risks.
How do we test the product to find problems that only show up when all the pieces are combined and in the right place?
The move from waterfall to agile development requires integrated development environments, build and test automation tools, requirements management and bug tracking tools, as well as peer review tools.
TestLeft is a powerful yet lean functional testing tool for dev-testers working in Agile teams.
Replace flaky unreliable UI testing with a solid automation strategy
We testers split work into "manual" and "automated" testing. But hands-on testing and using tools feed into each other. Let's take a closer look at how manual testing and testing with tools braid together.
In order to do the hard job of driving a browser, the test tool has to find objects, like a button, a text field or a drop-down selector. There are several ways to identify these elements.