Is testing a journey of frustration 😤or a journey of joy 😀for you?
Have you tried taking the scientific route while testing?🔬
After all, testing is akin to applying a scientific method and it requires a scientific mind. Such a mind thrives on the joy of exploration, investigation, discovery, and eventual understanding. Another joy which is crucial, and somewhat at the basis of all the above things, is the joy of spotting connections.🧐
Let’s spread the joy of testing in the 27th edition of Coding Jag, brought to you by LambdaTest!
Some companies defend against bugs with a strong offense of rapid iterations and feature flags. Others find the best defense is thorough test coverage. Here's what works and why.
If software is the key to staying competitive, companies need to maximize the productivity of their expensive and scarce software developers. Automation of time-wasting tasks is the quickest way to do so.
The basis of testing is a scientific method, because testing requires many aspects of the scientific mind. Part of the scientific mind is having a very literal joy at exploring, investigating, discovering and, ultimately, understanding.
Testing in production presents quality assurance teams with a variety of challenges and dilemmas. Here’s an in-depth analysis of the problems and solutions.
To keep your systems running 24/7/365, your production debugging tool must enable a quick and final resolution to errors by providing these capabilities.
Have you ever wondered to optimize images on your website? Do you want to make an easy-to-load website? If you said yes, then this is the right place to be.
Can your APIs handle a sudden spike in traffic? Don't get caught off guard by testing your systems with Artillery, an easy-to-use load testing toolkit.
Why risk fines and penalties from regulators, or the ire of your customers? Automate testing of your PDFs. How? Ask Applitools.
Each framework had its own distinct set of challenges and advantages. Some thrived, some failed. Explore the most common causes of test automation frameworks breaking down.
While dealing with access forms, you'd often have to handle dropdown. Here's how you can handle them with Selenium WebDriver in Selenium using the 'Select' class.
For organizations that want to be data-driven, it is important to skillfully build such data operations and ensure their efficiency and reliability.
Here's a list of 21 of the best Jenkins alternatives. Read now to choose the best CI/CD tool that suits your needs.
There are a lot of tools that can help you with testing or in some ways make you more productive than ever.
Bunnyshell is a self-service DevOps automation platform that helps teams cut downtime and deliver reliable applications and services at high velocity.
Uiflow is a no-code platform for developers to build both the UI and logic of web apps visually. Developers can rapidly build secure, scalable, and custom applications or easily embed Uiflow components inside existing applications.
In this episode of The Testing Show, Rachel Kibler and Chris Kenst join Matthew Heusser and Michael Larsen to discuss where testing and quality interact and make a case as to which is more important and at which point in time.
When you want to introduce unit testing (or any other process), you need to understand where people are coming from. How developers think, what can help them consider change, and what objections they have (and why).
Have you ever written a single file Python application or script? Have you written tests for it? Do you check code coverage? Find the answers to all these questions & more.
This webinar will discuss why a ‘mobile first approach’ is the most productive way going forward and how LambdaTest and Applitools address this evolving need to support their mobile first testing needs.
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