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Sep 15, 2020   |  By Pragya Yadav
With the advancement in technology together with the advent of Agile and DevOps, the software industry is witnessing many changes. Testing, being the part of the software arena, is also advancing to great new heights. From manual testing to record-and-playback tools, then to automation testing and now to codeless test automation, we have traversed a long path. And as we know only change is constant, there will be further advancements to make this journey more fun and fruitful.
Aug 24, 2020   |  By Richa Agarwal
Continuous Testing is the process of testing at all stages of software development – one after the another- without any human intervention. Continuous Testing is key to faster delivery of Agile products to the market. Continuous Testing makes it possible to eliminate testing as a bottleneck for faster software development and delivery. But the path to achieving Continuous Testing has its own challenges, most common of which are mentioned below.
Aug 18, 2020   |  By Richa Agarwal
Gartner did predict that remote working will be a trend in 2020. But no one imagined that it would emerge as the biggest trend this year. For obvious reasons of course – companies that are able to adapt to remote working are being applauded and other companies that had not thought about remote working ever are now taking measures to adjust to it. Companies are trying to actively recognize any challenges that their employees are facing.
Aug 7, 2020   |  By Mohammad Adil
We know that test automation is expected to make processes faster and easier in software organizations and also to enhance the quality of the software significantly. However, in reality, test automation fails around 64% of the time to deliver according to the expectations as per Cigniti. Here are some of the main reasons why test automation fails for your web automation:
Jul 25, 2020   |  By Richa Agarwal
Continuous Testing is the testing strategy to fast-track the testing required for achieving rapid software development using Agile and DevOps methodologies.
Jul 23, 2020   |  By Navita Chauhan
There are lots of applications that users use these days. Some are accessed via the internet while some of them are installed on the user’s computer. The former being categorized as the web-based applications while the latter falling into the desktop applications category. There are a lot of differences in the operating mechanisms of both and some groups even consider either one of them as being better than the other.
Jul 14, 2020   |  By Pragya Yadav
According to Wikipedia, Data-Driven Testing(DDT) is a software testing methodology that is used in the testing of computer software to describe testing done using a table of conditions directly as test inputs and verifiable outputs as well as the process where test environment settings and control are not hard-coded. In the simplest form, the tester supplies the inputs from a row in the table and expects the outputs which occur in the same row.
Jul 7, 2020   |  By Shubhangi Mishra
A product, an application, a website, the success of all these do depend on the functionalities built into them. But answer to some questions like “How easy they were to use? How easy were they to understand? Did they do the job without any errors?”, ‘quality’ becomes the most important factor of it all. A developer may build the functionality but a tester determines the quality of the software and how well they were built.
Jun 27, 2020   |  By Richa Agarwal
Creating a bug-free software is hard, to the extent that it seems like a myth. Bugs in software represent the discrepancy between the expected and actual behaviour of the software. Although it’s unrealistic to make software bug-free, efforts can surely be made to minimize the number of bugs in software through various prevention and detection techniques. Prevention techniques are the ones that can be used to prevent bugs from occurring in the software.
Jun 19, 2020   |  By Mohammad Adil
As Agile methodology was introduced, the need for fast and continuous delivery of software applications increased. Fulfilling this need, automation testing within organizations increased. Various free open source and paid automation testing tools were introduced. Selenium was the first open-source automation tool introduced and organizations moved towards this tool for their test automation needs.
Apr 3, 2019   |  By Testsigma
An overview of Testsigma, Automation Testing Tool for all!
Mar 14, 2019   |  By Testsigma
Creating Manual XPaths from Appium Desktop Inspector Android/iOS
Nov 12, 2018   |  By Testsigma
The video explains how an Android Native application is automated using Testsigma. This is demonstrated using a simple login scenario of the Wikipedia app. In this demo, we are going to use the Appium Inspector.
Jul 4, 2018   |  By Testsigma
Continuous Testing - Test Script Maintenance by AI - Testsigma
May 2, 2018   |  By Testsigma
In addition to manually entering the ui identifiers(like id, xpath, name, etc) a particular element(a button, text field, etc on a web page), Testsigma’s chrome extension enables to capture the attributes of an element easily.
May 2, 2018   |  By Testsigma
This video demonstrates how a ui identifier of an element is created manually in Testsigma using browser developer tools.
May 2, 2018   |  By Testsigma
Navigate to Applications-Version-Test Cases-Choose a Test Case that you wish to manually add the test steps to. Enter the desired steps and also the Expected Result(whether Passed/Failed.)
May 1, 2018   |  By Testsigma
The video explains how test steps for an iOS application are authored in Testigma
May 1, 2018   |  By Testsigma
The video demonstrates how the UI identifiers or locators is used to identify an element in Testsigma.
May 1, 2018   |  By Testsigma
The video demonstrates the steps to automate an Android Native application in Testsigma.

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