After working on a deeper integration with Jira for months we are excited to announce new capabilities: get 2-ways traceability and create issues directly from Hiptest. The workflow is simple and straightforward. Our pricing model makes a huge difference When it comes to choose a Jira plugin, the pricing model can have a huge impact. … More Hiptest: #1 Jira agile test management
The purpose of this tutorial is to explain how to automate your Hiptest tests and get the results of their execution back into it. Also, you will see how it is possible to integrate Hiptest in a continuous integration process. We are going to see how to: Write test scenarios in Hiptest Generate test scripts in Java with JUnit 3.8.1 Automate the steps of your … More Test automation with Hiptest: from test design to CI
We receveid a lot of requests from our users to help them to integrate Appium with Hiptest. For those who don’t know it, Appium is a test automation framework used for mobile testing and designed to work with any types of mobile application (native, web or hybrid, on iOs or Android) and compatible with multiple … More Mobile test automation with Appium and Hiptest
Hiptest community is growing fast now. We have thousands of users. And there have been many discussions about test automation the past few weeks. How to make sure you have a framework that scales, what are the anti-patterns…? So we’ve decided to organize a new series of webinars to continue the discussion and share our … More Webinars: Automate your tests at the speed and scale of Agile
In this short tutorial, we will show how easy it is to integrate Selenium to the tests generated from Hiptest. In order to reach as many people as possible, we will use Java as the export language, but it should work the same with any of the languages that are supported by Selenium. To keep it … More Tutorial: a simple Selenium test from Hiptest
Visit Hiptest at booth S12! It’s the moment everyone has been watiting for — Atlassian Summit 2015 is almost here! The biggest Atlassian show of the year is taking place from Nov. 3-5 at the Marriott Marquis in San Francisco and we can’t wait! More than 2300 of your peers are expected to attend this event and it will be … More Final countdown. ATLASSIAN SUMMIT 2015 comes to SF Nov. 3-5!
This summer has been really hot for our Dev team. We have deployed and tested a couple of new features the past few weeks. We hope you’ve enjoyed them! New features You can now track your test run progress as you execute your tests Real time report of a scenario status for the different test … More September 2015 – Discover what’s new with Hiptest
Introduction In this step-by-step tutorial, we are going to see how to write and execute automated acceptance tests for an Android application. To do this, we are going to use these tools: – Hiptest, our test management platform in the cloud, to write and export our tests cases as executable files – Calabash, and more precisely, … More Using Hiptest and Calabash to test Android Apps
As you might know, we use Hiptest to write the acceptance scenarios for Hiptest features. Recently, we made a huge refactoring to our tests so they use Gherkin syntax (given, when, then). This was also an opportunity to enhance the way tests were written and ease testing of collaborative features.