Rainforest

San Francisco, CA, USA
2012
Apr 29, 2020   |  By Fred Stevens-Smith
We're all remote workers today. There has been a ton of amazing information published by some of the leading remote companies about how to work remotely, but we haven't seen much that talks about what kind of company culture is necessary for remote work to thrive. Having done this for 8 years, I can confidently say the 'soft stuff' is as important as tooling and process. To that end, I asked our team (over Slack, naturally) to share their tips on how to thrive as a remote worker.
Mar 9, 2020   |  By AJ Funk
Recompose is a React utility belt for function components and higher-order components that has been very useful to our frontend engineering team. After more than three years of working with it, we’ve identified a lot of pain points. In October 2018, the React team introduced Hooks which shipped with React v16.8 and provided an alternative to HOCs.
Mar 9, 2020   |  By AJ Funk
In our last post, we explored the pros and cons of Recompose and why we decided to remove it from our codebase. This post includes the strategy we used to approach the large task of implementing that refactor. It’s important to note that this strategy was created to fit our specific situation and is not a one size fits all approach to removing Recompose. Specifically, it was intended to work with our large codebase that is modified by our devs daily.
Oct 9, 2019   |  By Fred Stevens-Smith
Rainforest QA is a distributed team. We have been distributed for seven years, with have Rainforesters all over the world and a truly global culture. On this seven year journey we have learned many lessons on how to run a global company with a coherent culture. According to the team our offsites are the most impactful thing we do to drive our distributed culture. With that in mind, here are some of our tips and learnings after doing ~20 offsites in 5 years.
May 9, 2019   |  By Emanuel Evans
In my last post I laid out our reasoning for moving from Heroku to Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) and other GCP services. Now I'll describe the actual migration process in detail. This isn't designed as a how-to guide for migrating from Heroku to GKE—Google has their own excellent tutorial for that—but rather a description of some of the challenges of migrating real-world production applications and how we overcame them.
May 6, 2019   |  By Rainforest Team
We’ve made a lot of changes to our Test Writing Service over the past few months and it’s become the powerhouse of test creation for many Rainforest users. In this post, we’ll dive deep into how Rainforest Test Writing Service works, and how you can use it to scale up and streamline your test case management workflow.
Apr 25, 2019   |  By Rainforest Team
Building a high-quality product takes teamwork. Maintaining a best-in-class product while continually developing high-quality features and giving a stellar customer experience, takes a quality-driven culture. We teamed up with Invotra in this new guide, Building a Culture of Quality: How Teams Can Use Quality to Achieve Business Goals, to explore the strategy behind building a culture of quality.
Apr 16, 2019   |  By Rainforest Team
In our recent poll on the health of the QA industry, we found that over half of all QA teams surveyed are not very confident in their ability to ensure a high-quality product. Having a high degree of confidence in your QA process is important, as it helps you ensure that every deployment goes smoothly and that resources are being allocated efficiently.
Apr 9, 2019   |  By Rainforest Team
Product quality is more important to the success of businesses than ever before. In a software market flooded with an ever-increasing pool of options, businesses and consumers alike demand high-quality, delightful experiences from the platforms and applications they use daily. In this market, getting QA right is essential. For the 2019 QA Health Survey, we polled over 250 software professionals to get a sense of how healthy quality organizations are right now.
Apr 2, 2019   |  By Emanuel Evans
Until late last year, Rainforest ran most of our production applications on Heroku. Heroku was a terrific platform for Rainforest in many ways: it allowed us to scale and remain agile without hiring a large Ops team, and the overall developer experience is unparalleled. But in 2018 it became clear that we were beginning to outgrow Heroku.
Aug 26, 2020   |  By Rainforest
In this video, we introduce the Rainforest CLI and demonstrate several of its basic functions, including how to download tests, run tests, receive results, re-upload tests, and store tests in source control.
Jun 25, 2020   |  By Rainforest
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Rainforest QA is changing the way QA is done in an era of continuous delivery. Our on-demand QA solution improves the customer experience by enabling development teams to discover significantly more problems before code hits production. Hundreds of companies including Adobe, Oracle and Solarwinds use Rainforest to automate their QA testing process and easily integrate it with their development workflow via a simple API.

No Code Automated Testing:

  • Powering Collaboration: Empower everyone on your team with no-code automation testing. Rainforest Automation rapidly scales coverage and drastically decreases software testing time.
  • Best of both worlds: A new way to write and execute tests combining the best of human and machine based testing. Have both the flexibility of large test coverage and the ability to fall back to human testers when needed.
  • Custom Workflows: Unite automation and manual testing within a single suite and customize your workflow: run against humans for major production releases, run every branch merge against robots.

One platform for both manual and automated software testing.