Entries Tagged 'Software Testing Tools' ↓

Step by Step Guide to Integrate JIRA with qTest (and Benefits)

At STH, we are all about sharing the best practices, tools, techniques, processes, tips and everything else that we have enjoyed learning and benefited from using. We believe this makes day to day tasks easier and helps us all grow as testers.

Today is one such attempt – the integration of JIRA with qTest to gain the benefits of test management linked to requirements management.  Continue reading →

58 Best Mobile Testing Tools You Can’t Live Without

Are you looking for ways to take your mobile testing strategy to the next level? There are countless methods for doing this but you have limited time and money.

There is always room for improvement even if you consider yourself an expert in mobile app testing. You need to know which strategies to implement and most importantly which tools to use.

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In this post, we will explore 58 best mobile application testing tools to increase coverage, efficiency, and accuracy.  Continue reading →

The Beginner’s Guide to Web Application Performance Testing using WAPT Pro

We get many requests from vendors to review the test automation tools. We review some of these tools when we feel something is useful for our readers. We get evaluation version for these reviews, but for most of these tools, the trial version is also available so you can try these tools by yourself. After all, to really get good at something, you have to practice.

Today, we are reviewing one such useful web application performance tool – WAPT Pro.

If you have just started using this tool or want to try it, you will find this review helpful.  Continue reading →




Learn How to Use TestNG Annotations in Selenium (with Examples)

TestNG, as most of you know, is an automation framework widely used in Selenium. It is important for all testers to understand the annotations used while working with TestNG.

To put it simply, TestNG annotations are lines of code that are inserted in the program/ business logic to control how the methods below are to be run.

In this article, I am going to focus on the importance of different types of annotations and their usage.  Continue reading →

How to Use Web Accessibility Testing Tools – A Step-by-Step Guide (Part 2)

This article is a continuation to the first one in this series, check it here – Web accessibility testing – part 1. In the previous one we looked at a few fundamental concepts of what accessibility is and how can it be evaluated using accessibility testing tools.

In this tutorial we will see a couple more accessibility tools, techniques and details. Continue reading →

The Simple Guide to Web Accessibility Testing (Part 1)

What is web accessibility?

For most users internet usage over the web is a given, but this is not the case when we are looking at a different demographic set with challenges.

It is imperative that websites be accessible, usable and useful to this group of users as well – and it should not differentiate users based on language/culture/location/software/physical or mental ability.

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