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3 automation trends for 2022! – Not a spelling mistake! 800 600 Webteam

3 automation trends for 2022! – Not a spelling mistake!

Decentralization, visually driven testing and real tools for real automation problems, is what we see coming in 2022. read more
How to Avoid Explicit Waits in Your Test Automation 560 315 Pascal Gyger

How to Avoid Explicit Waits in Your Test Automation

Dynamic loading of data complicates test automation You have probably experienced a similar situation many times, especially if you are on a landline internet connection. Searching for top restaurants in your travel guide app close to you. You see the first entries, once applied the search. But the list is not finished it is still…

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Infinite Test Lab 560 315 Webteam

Infinite Test Lab

My test automation is not being used because it is too slow. Today we will speed it up. Do you recognize this? Your test automation is running, everyone is excited. But a few days later nobody is using it anymore and increasing numbers of the tests fail, in the case that these tests even actually…

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Remote Testing 560 315 Webteam

Remote Testing

  Remote Testing The software was extensively tested. Next, it gets delivered i.e., is rolled out to different environments in different countries with people starting to use it. Meanwhile, first feedback is coming in. It is a disaster. To clarify, it was unusable, every action took a bazillion times longer than with the old software.…

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Why I love cost reduction & still won’t fire anyone from my team 1024 703 Nadja Fischer

Why I love cost reduction & still won’t fire anyone from my team

4 ways how to avoid resource reduction in your company by implementing tweaks to your existing infrastructure. Ensuring that the past big investments are kept in place and are only optimized by adding new technologies or materials. 1. Start by evaluating the status quo Your past big investment, e.g. an automated software testing solution, has…

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Reverse OCR

Computers cannot read In our first blog in this series about Interactive Visual Testing we presented an example of a broken UI. Demonstrating a language selection dropdown, where the localized entry for French (“Français”) was rendered incorrectly due to the special character ç. In short, we showed you how this kind of problem can be…

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Christmas Challenge 501 394 Nadja Fischer

Christmas Challenge

TestResults by progile, gives back to society Fully evolved with the Christmas Spirit, we want to donate to a local organization. Charity within the canton of our headquarters. So we looked around and made some research. Finding our charity espoir that we want to support. But it ends not here! In addition to our funding,…

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Traceability in Testing 1024 1024 Webteam

Traceability in Testing

You need to test this critical fix for the old version. Now! Imagine your manager is telling you that. How long does it take you to find the original results of the old version, setup the old test environments, install the fixed version, run the tests, and compare them to the original results? If it…

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2020 Codified Expertise 560 315 Pascal Gyger

2020 Codified Expertise

Interactive Visual Testing is more than finding image and clicking on coordinate Earlier, our last blog described a major issue first and foremost leaving you with a messed-up UI. Beginning, with overlaying titles and continuing with a broken language selection. Therefore, you started to build up your automation with image-based object detection. First it starts…

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Agile Test Tools 560 315 Webteam

Agile Test Tools

How often can you update the tools? In our scenario today, the disease is Versioning and the frozen solution the cure. To clarify, rooted in the software for medical devices, the so-called frozen solution schema allows you to work with a defined version of critical components. And at the same time, having the benefits of…

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