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
In this eBook, we’ll take a closer look at how GitHub’s revolutionary platform is changing the way development teams can work together. We’ll look at the different features offered in GitHub and show how using a code review tool, like Collaborator, along with GitHub
This eBook teaches how QAComplete can be harnessed to help you plan, manage, and report on automated & manual testing.
In the SmartBear REST API tutorial you will learn what exactly are RESTful Web Services and what are its best (and worst) use cases, the difference between a REST API and a SOAP API, and how to test a REST API for not only usage, but use cases.Since this is your very own REST
Using virtual APIs enables frequent and comprehensive testing even while an API is still in the midst of being developed. This eBook will give you the resources you need to add API virtualization into your software delivery process.
Front-end apps and integrations depend on APIs to work properly, but designers and testers often have to wait until developers come up with an initial implementation of the APIs just to start building mock-ups and test sets. Software teams shouldn't have to wait for an alpha release for