The Hiptest team is back from UKStar 2018 which took place in London. We were happy to meet you and to discuss about Behavior Driven Development, testing, automation and more. We attended to several very exciting conferences. Here is our recap. Assurance, the evolution of test management? – Paul Gerrard The most interesting statement in his … More UKStar 2018 – Our wrap-up
One recurring question from our customers is “How can I integrate my tests written with Hiptest with SauceLabs” ?”. So let’s answer this in this blog post. There are mainly two ways to use SauceLabs, for manual and automated testing. We’ll cover both use case in this post. Manual testing SauceLabs provides an easy way … More Running tests with SauceLabs
First, Happy New Year to all! Time has come to make our usual recap about what happened in the product the last quarter! Step editor enhancement The renaming of an action word could be sometimes kind of dangerous, since the new name and potential parameters updates were impacting every scenarios that called it. We have added … More End of 2017 Product updates
Hi everyone, Before digging into the first blogpost of the year, we wish you a Happy New Year! Now, let’s start our Test management tool comparison. The software development process evolves continuously and we have identified 3 main contexts for testing activities. 1st context: Waterfall process In organizations using Waterfall-like process, QA teams usually work in … More Best test management tools in 2018
The Hiptest API allows you to build integration with virtually anything. It is still young and new features are constantly added but you may already get great benefits from it. In this tutorial you will have a first look on how to get started before using it to report statuses of your Hiptest test runs … More Hiptest API – How to use it and build your dashboard?
Hey, Hiptesters! Summer is over -for a while now, I know-, and it has been a particularly productive one for the Hiptest team. Lot of brand new features have been deployed the last quarter, so let’s go for a recap! Living documentation Sharing the knowledge of the features of a product between tech and business … More Summer product updates ☀️
This year (again!) we were at the Atlassian Summit San Jose as a Silver sponsor. At first, the Hiptest team wants to tell you a huge thank you for visiting our booth during the exhibition. It was an amazing Summit! The Summit As usual, the Summit was a real pleasure to attend. The keynote … More Atlassian Summit San Jose – Wrap-up
Why Jira and Hiptest? Before talking about the tools, let’s take a step back. As a product manager, when having new features to prioritize and develop, I always challenge the team with 3 basic questions: WHY, WHAT and HOW. When it comes to manage planning, Jira is definitely one of the best option in the … More Improve team collaboration with Jira and Hiptest
This is a question we usually face when starting a new project: how to organize the tests? The reason why you create and maintain functional/acceptance tests is to make sure that the application works (under certain assumptions) as expected by the business. So these test scripts are related to a business value. That’s a good … More Organize your project by sprints or by features? Discover our recommendation!
First a big thanks to all of you for visiting our booth and for the great discussions we’ve had. The line-up of this conference was impressive and I attended my best session for a while thanks to Angie Jones, Test automation at Twitter. We also had great time at the with great products update and demo. … More DevOps West Conference – Wrap up & Test automation at Twitter