Using BDD at scale Behavior driven development is a good practice for agile teams and is now widely adopted in many cutting edge software companies. BDD enhances collaboration between end users, business analysts, developers and testers. Among these cutting edge companies, Parkeon has implemented Behavior Driven Development at scale on a very large project for … More Using Behavior Driven Development on a huge ticketing system
Atlassian Summit 2016 is almost here! The biggest Atlassian show of the year is taking place from Oct. 10-13 at the San Jose Convention Center and we can’t wait! More than 4000 of your peers are expected to attend this event and it will be a conference to remember. Some of the sessions we are looking forward … More Final countdown. ATLASSIAN SUMMIT 2016 comes to San Jose Oct. 10-13!
A couple of weeks ago, I’ve had a great discussion with Joe Colantonio about BDD adoption and best practices. Are you struggling with managing you BDD efforts? Wishing you had a central location for your BDD where everyone can contribute to creating a common, domain-specific language as well as help refactor changes across multiple teams … More Are you struggling with managing you BDD efforts?
We are very excited about the latest features we have recently deployed in production. There were requested by our community. Enjoy 🙂 Create test runs based on tags You can now create test runs filtering by tags. It is possible to choose any tag or all the tags selected. This new filter view will be … More Cool product updates – June 2016
In the first part of the post Getting started with BDD, I’ve explained the CULTURAL SHIFT it requires to adopt BDD. In this second post I want to get one step further and share a couple of good practices that will enable you to scale this practice. Use a consistent business terminology to design your … More Getting Started with BDD (Part 2)
The philosophy Behavior Driven Development (BDD) is an approach that consists on defining the behavior of a feature through examples in plain text. These examples are defined before the development starts and are used as acceptance criteria. They are part of the definition of done. That’s a very powerful approach that we use at Hiptest in our … More Getting Started with BDD (Part 1)
A huge part of our community is now using test automation as part of their testing activities and we have a growing demand for advices and best practices. First, let me say there is no best practices, there are good practices that can help you when building a test automation process that scales. Here is a … More 5 tips to automate your tests at scale
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