In testing professionals' language, "error" often plays the role of villain. After all, the purpose of testing is to cleanse software of errors. As convenient as this simplification is, it's ultimately misleading. The real aim of testing is more positive: to validate...
Test-driven development is a simpler concept than agile itself: All you need to know, technically, is its red-green-refactor cycle — write a test, watch it fail, get it to pass, clean up the design. And yet, many developers struggle to adopt TDD.
If not properly designed, UI tests can be slow and prone to failure, or “fragile”. Learn how to make your tests stable, even when the UI changes.
Many applications have a way to back up and restore data. Read more about some of the common best practices for the backup and recovery of data.
Pagination returns a set list of entries on a given page, with a series of pages to view to find particular items. Learn how to automate pagination testing.
Do you have CAPTCHA implemented in your product? Read this article to learn how to test CAPTCHA implementation using automation.
Follow these best practices in automating regression test cases so that manual testers can have more time to focus on exploratory testing of new features.
Is your application localized for more than one language or locale? Read this blog for tips on how to automate testing for localized content.
See what Ranorex customers have to say about themselves, their company, and their experience with Ranorex Studio test automation in this fun infographic.
Now available for download, Ranorex Studio 8.1 features an all-new integration with TestRail so that you can enjoy best-in-class test case management and reporting.