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.
Teams are faced with increased pressure to reduce time to delivery and testing costs, all while increasing quality. We'll explore the concept of shifting testing to the left to address this demand of an Agile world.
The way applications are being built is changing. For developers, building cross-platform apps is becoming easier than ever before. Take the example of the recent release of Windows 10, where developers can code once and then deploy the same code across multiple platforms such as desktop, phone
How will Selenium keep up with all these changes?
This article describes how to implement negative testing in TestComplete and provides an overview of negative testing with some common negative test scenarios.
This article explains techniques you can use to do unit testing of Flash movies. The article contains a sample Flash application and describes how you can automate unit testing of a Flash application with TestComplete.
The practice of using VMs in a virtual testing lab allows QA teams to save money by running a number of VMs on fewer computers and also allows testers to test application builds on a permanent system configuration.