White Paper: Conformiq
In the new age of software testing, it is advisable to start test automation through all the transformational capabilities parallel to development.
Test Automation is transforming the testing process from the inside using unprecedented state-of-the-art technology.
This whitepaper provides comprehensive insights on the emerging software testing trends. In the new age, software testing is not just about automating test design, or any other single part of the testing process. Instead, it’s about automating how the tests are derived and designed in the first place, as well as how tests are managed and executed. It covers:
Real-world needs from software testing in the new age: Increased productivity, optimized coverage, Integrated test flow, Test automation, Reusability.
Advantages of test automation frameworks and highly-used test automation framework types
Why testing at the speed of development is becoming extremely crucial
Custom keyword automation for external testing frameworks and test automation tools
By: QualiTest Group
Analyzing large amounts of production data by actual users is a very good risk-based approach to testing highly complex systems based on what users actually do instead of all of the theoretical permutations of what a system may need to support. Is software testing capable of employing A.I. approaches, or will human software testers soon be bested by computers as well? This white paper highlights one specific approach that is driven by analyzing large amounts of production data that describes actual usage by real users through the data taken behind them. It discusses: How A.I. can help the 5 basic sources of test coverage Different ways in which A.I. in testing can also be used Risk-Based Testing-Which test cases are most important and most likely to encounter failure, and how do you limit the count?
By: Zeenyx Software
When a legacy application is modernized, transaction flow may be changed to adjust to the standards and capabilities of the new platform. If tests are automated using a traditional testing tool, those user interface changes would require a significant amount of test maintenance to get tests running on the new platform. AscentialTest provides a short-cut by allowing users to develop tests against the legacy application as a baseline and then converting them to the new user interface. This whitepaper on “Testing Legacy Application Modernization,” highlights: High level overview of how tests are created in AscentialTest Ways to convert the legacy objects to the new platform Components of Object definition How to ensure that the modernized version of the application produces the same results