Getting test cases organised, stored and collaboratively updated can be time consuming. Choosing a good Test Case Management Tool to expertly steer the process will be a positive contribution towards a successful end product.
TestLodge is a test case management tool that is simple to use. Whether working independently or in teams, users can easily manage their testing documentation and test cases, process test results and analyse bug reports that are logged automatically when tests fail.
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Within the endless number of performance testing options available today, WebLOAD is probably the industries best kept secret. It is part of the earliest group of load testing tools that were launched in the 90’sand still provides a comprehensive and robust option if your goal is large-scale enterprise performance testing. WebLOAD includes extensive scripting capabilities, massive load generation (locally or on the cloud), analytics and reporting, and built-in integrations with APM solutions, functional testing tools and open source platforms.
This is the last article in JIRA tutorial series, if you missed any article then you can refer this link “Complete Atlassian JIRA Tutorial Series” or check list in end of this article.
We will discuss about the integration of JIRA, JIRA Agile, Confluence and Confluence team Calendars and how you can use these applications together to build the strongest user stories and the best plan for sprints or releases, while streamlining your team’s work.Also, after integrating these applications
In this tutorial, we are going to learn about creating, using and configuring a board in JIRA Agile. Boards are needed to view and work on the issues very smoothly with ease. A Board in JIRA can display issues from one or more projects. In JIRA, you can create a new board for yourself or use a board that has been created by someone else. JIRA Agile has two types of boards known as Scrum board and Kanban board.
In today’s article we are going to understand the simple and interesting topic difference between Testing vs Checking. Before start with actual topic guys I know many of you had question in you mind “What is testing and checking?” and why is testing and checking are important?
In this tutorial I will answer your all queries. So let’s understand each topic one by one.
What is Software Testing?
The process of evaluation of product by learning about it through exploration
SDET stands for Software Development Engineer in Test or Software Design Engineer in Test, this kind of role is originated from Microsoft and currently many organizations are demanding such SDET professionals who can participate in development of the application and also in testing of the software developed. Tester on the other hand can be a manual tester or quality analyst who does not participate in software development. SDET are often involved in developing the quality, robust and high performance code