The testing landscape has changed over time to include automated and functional testing as the baseline, but there are still ways to improve your testing because even with a fully automated continuous testing pipeline, there can still be the possibility of bugs existing in your passing tests. One of the ways to mitigate this is by adding visual testing to your testing pipeline.
In this blog post, Abigail Kurtzman reviews the benefits of adding a front-end performance testing tool to your testing environment, including getting faster feedback from your tests much earlier in the pipeline.
This article helps you understand what automated testing is, how to implement it, and why it will assist your team in being successful.
This post gives you detailed, step-by-step instructions for how to perform multi-touch gestures during live testing sessions on the Sauce Labs platform.
Sauce Performance is a feature that helps development and QA organizations capture and address performance regressions earlier in the cycle. This post will explain the best practices when using Sauce Performance and how Sauce Performance works with the greater Sauce platform.
As many testing teams move from manual to automated testing, finding a framework that works for them can be overwhelming. The majority of teams moving to automation have heard of Selenium WebDriver and know it as a free and open source tool used for web automation. But with the proliferation of open source testing frameworks, many wonder if this long-time standard for cross browser automation can still provide the best solution.