DevOps West Conference – Wrap up & Test automation at Twitter

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

Testing a simple Android app using Espresso

In this blog post, we’ll explain step by step how to automate your first test with Hiptest and Espresso. To follow this tutorial, you’ll need a few pre-requisite: an Hiptest account an environment for executing Espresso tests hiptest-publisher installed locally (optional for the last part) The tested application Go to the android-testing Github project and  clone the … More Testing a simple Android app using Espresso

Check out what we’ve added to Hiptest

We are incredibly proud to announce the latest features we have recently deployed in production. Automation Hiptest does now support SpecFlow, C#/NUnit, Javascript/Mocha, PHP/PHPUnit. This simply means the largest support of test frameworks in the market! Don’t miss our tutorial on using Hiptest with Selenium Webdriver and Hiptest with Calabash for mobile app testing. Integration with Jira Hiptest has now a … More Check out what we’ve added to Hiptest

Webinars: Automate your tests at the speed and scale of Agile

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

September 2015 – Discover what’s new with Hiptest

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

Using Hiptest and Calabash to test Android Apps

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