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
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.
Over the past few years, my team has moved from waterfall process to agile and now DevOps. For organizations deploying new software in production several times a day, one of the most challenging transformation issue is the need to revolutionize testing. In an era of continuous deployment and updates, there’s no time to have QA teams … More Shift left and shift right: the testing Swing
With its 4 values and 12 principles, the Agile Manifesto is first and foremost about continuous delivery of valuable software to the customer. These general principles define the way we build software today. But there is nothing specific about the impact on testing. How can testing support efficiently this continuous delivery of working software? Tester’s … More Being tester in an agile or DevOps team