Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. (HPE) has neglected their software testing products for years and recently decided to spin-off and sell its software assets entirely to Micro Focus. The list of tools being spun off and merged includes HP Unified Functional Testing (UFT), Quality Center, LoadRunner
Building test infrastructure in-house can be expensive and time consuming. Whether you're spinning up virtual machines or setting up servers and devices, you'll still have to constantly maintain and upgrade your environments to keep them up-to-date. With the right tools, you can say goodbye
Not all test automation tools are created equal, especially when it comes to functional testing. With the right test automation tool, you can not only create tests, but fully automate the entire QA testing process. When this happens, your tool becomes a QA tester's dream. Schedule automated
Data-driven testing can increase the coverage of a single test by allowing you to run that test with varying inputs.
Building test infrastructure in-house can be expensive and time consuming. Whether you're spinning up virtual machines or setting up servers and devices, you'll still have to constantly maintain and upgrade your environments to keep them up-to-date. With TestComplete's Environment
You have probably run into quality issues when your Agile organization is siloed by function and team. Often, this is even compounded by two more issues...
We reached out to hundreds of developers, across a wide variety of industries, and asked them to share advice for other developers. The question we wanted to answer was, “What is the best piece of advice you have for a developer or a team of developers to write better code?”
Rapid delivery processes can certainly help, but only when continuous performance improvement is planned and implemented at each iteration. Implementing a process for improving the performance of your applications requires the right tools to help you do it. These tools go beyond the responsibilities
API development practices are evolving at a more rapid pace than ever before in its short history. With the emergence of DevOps, Agile methodologies, and Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery, it can be challenging to determine which approach best suits your API development process. This eBook