Entries Tagged 'Software Testing Tools' ↓
April 24th, 2017 — Software Testing Tools, Testing Concepts
What is Messaging Queue?
Messaging Queue (MQ), a message oriented middleware tool, is an IBM product since 1992. It is very helpful to communicate messages (XML/text file/HTML file etc.) in SOA (service Oriented Architecture) on over 80 platforms.
It is reliable and provides a secured, assured communication medium and an excellent messaging solution to Enterprise Architecture across the globe. Continue reading →
April 13th, 2017 — Automation Testing, Selenium Tutorials, Software Testing Tools
How to work on Data Driven Framework in Selenium Using Apache POI?
Data Driven Framework is one of the popular Automation Testing Framework in the current market. Data Driven automated testing is a method in which the test data set is created in the excel sheet, and is then imported into automation testing tools to feed to the software under test.
Selenium Webdriver is a great tool to automate web-based applications. But it does not support read and write operations on excel files. Continue reading →
April 11th, 2017 — Bug Defect tracking, Software Testing Tools, Test Management Tools
The test teams are always apprehensive about picking up JIRA for defect Management.
The doubt is warranted. It stems from the fact that, though JIRA bug tracking tool is applicable to IT businesses it is a generic ticketing system.
Even for IT projects, JIRA’s popularity with the Development teams makes testers and QA teams uncomfortable. Despite the comfort or discomfort, the test teams have no choice but to use JIRA bug tracking tool in most companies. Continue reading →
April 6th, 2017 — Reviews, Software Testing Tools
Let’s face it – The ideal load test emulates real world traffic, yet most load testing software doesn’t come close.
A series of GET requests from an in-house server can’t possibly replicate what actually happens when a website sees a sudden increase in users from all over the world.
Held back by budget and infrastructure restrictions, some organizations have been forced to settle for load tests that paint an incomplete picture. With that option, you might be ready for a big product launch or viral success, but you can’t be completely sure.
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March 30th, 2017 — Automation Testing, Reviews, Software Testing Tools
Test Automation is one area where there is still a constant quest for betterment, simplicity, robustness and ease of use.
Some tools can help create robust, light and maintainable scripts, but are hard to use. Some others are easy but create brittle and temperamental tests. There is always a choice we have to make- we win some, we lose some.
Given this situation, when a tool comes forward with a promise to solve the pain points, it is but natural to be excited.
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