If you want to get started with codeless testing, look no further. Codeless automation testing is perfect for manual tests that are either hard to implement, require greater in-house skills, or are “flaky” and continuously lead to inconsistent results. Codeless Selenium is ideal for teams that are continually running into stability issues within their testing pipeline. Teams that have a hard time meeting their iteration testing timelines and have a low percentage of test automation
Foldable phones are here — and they’ll soon be in the hands of consumers. In fact, three of the leading Android vendors have already launched such devices — including Samsung, LG, and Huawei. And with this new generation of devices, DevOps teams will need to ensure that their apps are ready with optimized performance. Folding smartphones, while new to the market, are desirable to consumers. When unfolded, they offer more screen space that consumers covet.
Perfecto is proud to announce first in the market support for the latest Android Q (10) beta in the cloud. Users can expect great changes within the new operating system, and Perfecto customers can start testing against it immediately. Android Q Changes & Features Here are the key changes and enhancements Google made to its latest Android OS: More control given to the user to manage their application access to the location services. Enhanced privacy
In general, codeless test automation solves a huge test automation creation and productivity problem for business testers and developers — enabling business testers to create and execute fully-automated test scenarios without coding; and freeing developers up to focus on product development and innovation. With solutions like Perfecto Codeless, machine learning and AI capabilities eliminate precious time in creating and maintaining scripts — and complement Selenium test automation written in code. But what are the differences
In part two of our codeless automation testing blog series, we dive into Selenium and codeless automation testing, underpinning which technique is best for DevOps teams. While Selenium automation testing has been the de facto choice for web testing, it is notoriously complex and can only be performed by a developer. Codeless automation, meanwhile, is growing in popularity amongst business testers with varying levels of coding skills as well as developers who are focusing
Today, innovative technologies are fueling digital transformation across all industries. While these are exciting times, from a DevOps standpoint, these innovations are also posing new challenges for both dev and test teams. From a continuous testing (CT) perspective, there is still a huge gap in implementing test automation that runs in a reliable, stable and efficient way throughout the DevOps pipeline. From talking to our own customers, we found that more than 40 percent of
Mobile and web projects are becoming more and more agile, with manual testing methods being replaced by automated processes. It’s a sign of the times: unattended automation in DevOps pipelines is needed for successful development projects today. But which testing tools should you use? Answering this question is critical to building the proper testing strategy and to the continuous testing activities through each phase of the software development lifecycle (SDLC) pipeline. The Two Main Types
Technology has evolved, and Appium, the leading open-source framework for native mobile test automation, has gone along for the ride. After all, change is a good thing. Appium offers an engaged community of users and support for multiple programming languages. It also provides strong support for end-to-end testing. See how Appium has advanced with each new release. Take a look at the changes in Appium version by version over the past few years, all the
The mobile space is highly dynamic, fragmented, and challenging for QA professionals like yourself – especially when it comes to any new major release. On the one hand, these releases provide the opportunity for rich user experiences and improved engagement. However, these advancements mean that testers have to deal with the consequences — namely supporting multiple OS families, devices, and generations.
Bottom Line To excel in software delivery for mobile, native, or responsive web apps, teams not only need better automation as part of their processes, test flows, and CI/CD workflows, but also a test results analytics platform to manage all of their test results data in a way such that the teams can evaluate the data, act upon it, and deliver iterations and features with confidence – and quickly! Since DevOps involves a collection of