Smart Test Cases in Allure TestOps
Smart Test Cases are generated by Allure TestOps based on your automated tests. This allows you to have up-to-date documentation for tests with versioning and zero maintenance. Read on to learn the benefits of this feature and how to use it!
Squeezing neurons into narrow spaces: AI in QA
With AI in QA, there are big hopes on the horizon and small bumps on the road. What can we do to smooth them out? I'm going to generate some tests with neural networks and see how they compare to human standards; and if they fall short, I'll dig into the issues and see if maybe those problems have already been seen in other applications of AI
Allure Report in March 2023: time, geography and scale
We're back with more stats about Allure Report usage! This time, with tinkered more with data about the geography of usage, and there are some interesting findings there. Also, an old pattern in usage hours has reversed itself, and it probably means automation is winning the day. Read on to find out more!
Awesome Allure: help us build a list of everything great in our ecosystem!
We've decided to compile and maintain an official list of awesome Allure Report adaptors for languages, CI/CD tools, and IDEs. Report has always been a community effort, so we welcome your contributions to the list!
QA metrics for DevOps: the DORA keys
Since our last post about metrics, we've decided to take a look at some high-level indicators - and what better place to start than DORA? At the surface, those are just four (lately, five) numbers. But we'd like to show you that they are not as straightforward as they might seem, and there's a lot of stuff happening under the hood.
Defects in Allure TestOps, step by step
Do you ever find yourself spending too much time sorting through failed tests? Allure TestOps has a feature called Defects that automatically groups bugs by cause so that you can easily see which tests failed due to a known issue and which are new.