Tag: <span>Software testing</span>

Awetest-HP ALM Integration: Integrating with the HP ALM Test Lab Module

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The newest version of Awetest has revved up our existing integration and incorporated an even deeper integration with HP ALM to enhance the communication between Awetest and the ALM server even more.  We’ve built atop the HP ALM REST API to continue to evolve our integration with ALM as Awetest has matured into a fully-featured cross-platform automation solution because HP…

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Awetest HP ALM Integration

06/02/2014
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  Awetest/HP ALM Integration Press release 3Qi Labs has joined with HP to integrate the Awetest with HP’s ALM (Application Lifecycle Management) software. Awetest is compatible within ALM on multiple levels, including ALM’s test plan, test lab, and defect modules. Examples include being able to load test defect data directly from Awetest into…

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Predefined Cucumber Steps for your Awetest Automated Testing Scripts

04/15/2014
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Our customers having been loving the ability to write and execute (simple English) cucumber Automated Testing Scripts for a while now. Here is a cheat sheet, a listing of all the Awetest Pre defined Cucumber steps that account for the bulk of the interactions in most web applications, making it easier for users to start writing simple Cucumber tests.

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Mobile Testing Strategies to Build Better Products

03/04/2014
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As we find ourselves in an increasingly mobile-first environment, the need for ongoing mobile compatibility evaluation has increased and made a sound mobile testing strategy critical for application developers and site owners. With nearly every American owning a personal cell phone, the likelihood of having a poor cross-device user experience warrants extensive testing. However, many…

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Why You Should Adopt Cucumber for Your Test Automation

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There is a great deal of debate concerning the adoption of Cucumber for Test Automation Framework.  Some love the simplicity and understandability of Cucumber’s natural (English!) language syntax, while others complain that it’s just another tool to learn that doesn’t scale to support the automation of really complex scenarios. Both points are valid to some extent,…

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