SuperJob UI regression and acceptance testing automation. Tools and Solutions
A story of how the team went from manual-only to full automation of UI testing. Dive in to learn how manual tests interrupted high-paced pipelines, how the automation process started, what tools the SuperJob QA team used, and what pitfalls they faced.
Allure TestOps Release Notes Review 2021-10
A week ago we have deployed one more massive release. Today, it's time to take a look at what's new in Allure TestOps 3.182.0. Lots of UI/UX and integrations enhancements, new API, and a bunch of bug fixes. Ready, steady, go!
Wisebits Story. Merging manual and automated testing into one place
Alexander Abramov and Maksim Rabinovich, QA engineers at Wisebits, an international IT company, tell the story of how they went from half-manual chaotic testing to fully automated, organized multi-platform and multi-device testing.
Allure TestOps Release Notes Review 2021-08
Let's take a look at the new features and improvements we brought for your testing automation success. Today, we'll dive into two latest releases - 3.181.5 and 3.179.2. Please, update carefully and read the disclaimer part before jumping on new versions!
Top-5 Allure TestOps myths
Every single developer team faces community myths about a product. The number of these myths increases rapidly if the product introduces some new concepts. Allure TestOps, as such a product, has a trail of these myths. And in this post, we aim to address the most common myths and break them down.
Allure TestOps Release Notes Review 2021-07
20 days have gone since the previous Release Notes Review. And these days didn't were quite productive for the team. We managed to deploy two releases! There are plenty of features in each. New CI systems native support, new test case filtering options, and a lot of improvements.
Managing Test Cases the TestOps way. Goodbye, folders!
Storing and reporting data from a large system to a human-readable format is a long-time-ago solved issue. Today, we will discuss Test Case Management and Testing, and the first question is “How do people usually store the test cases?”.