How to maximize your customer experience

Customer experience is vital. A good customer experience leaves a positive impression. But a bad CX can cause lasting damage to your company and your reputation. This blog looks at the risks of cutting corners during the development and testing process. It then goes on to show how a cloud-based testing framework helps minimize these … Continued

Agile model software testing – unblock your release

Everyone’s worst nightmare is finding a major bug just before release. It ends up delaying the release by days or even weeks. The solution is to shift to agile model software testing. This is easy if you adopt autonomous testing. You are days away from a major release and suddenly a couple of tests fail. … Continued

What is hindering your software deployments?

Too often, development teams find that they must halt deployment for maintenance and debugging.  Many development teams claim to be agile, and yet many teams continue to struggle to deploy quality products on a regular schedule. In many cases, the blame goes to the testers because the perception is that they are behind schedule. What’s … Continued

How to test serverless applications

Serverless computing is growing increasingly popular. But how do you make sure your serverless applications are reliable? How do you actually test them? Read on to find out more. Serverless computing has been about for a long time. Indeed, it can trace its roots back to the early days of cloud computing. However, it has … Continued

Maximize your test coverage with Functionize

The test coverage problem Avoiding the catch 22 of test automation Every enterprise wants to maximize their test coverage. But, the more tests you have, the more time you spend on test maintenance instead of writing new tests. How can you avoid this catch 22? In this blog, we show how the Functionize intelligent test … Continued

How TDD Mocking Can Enhance Test-Driven Development

Mocking is the creation of an object that mimics another and sets expectations concerning its behavior. In testing, mocking replicates the behavior of a service, object, or process. There are a number of benefits that result from replacing an object with a mock for testing purposes. There’s confusion regarding the differences in a mock, a … Continued

Mobile Testing — Comparing simulators and emulators

A solid strategy for mobile testing must balance speed, device-OS coverage, and high degrees of accuracy. Central to this discussion is the difference between simulators and emulators.  Many mobile app teams employ a mix of simulators, emulators, and real devices. Each tool has its place in the development pipeline. Typically, an emulator is good for … Continued

What Is Gherkin + How Do You Write Gherkin Tests?

There are many options available to teams when it comes to how to write and test software. How do you determine which syntax to use and what testing solution is right for you? In this post, we’re going to explore the use of Gherkin and Gherkin tests. We’ll cover the syntax, how to write a … Continued

Shift Right testing – tools and techniques

Shift Right enables rapid deployment of new features. In part 2 of our miniseries, we explore what you need to enable Shift Right in your company. The story so far In the first part of this blog series, we looked at how software development has evolved. We saw how this led to a drive to … Continued