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Nov 27, 2019 by Jason Simon (Guest Author)

As you become familiar with software testing, you may be getting a sense of the different types of testing that exists. Two types of testing, namely regression testing and retesting, often become confused since they occur after development. However they are quite...

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Nov 1, 2019 by Jason Simon (Guest Author)

If you’ve been manually testing your websites for any amount of time, you are already familiar with many of manual testing’s drawbacks. Even for small sites, it is time-consuming, the process is prone to errors, and it’s nearly impossible to cover every scenario....

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Jun 5, 2019 by Jason Simon (Guest Author)

Next Generation Codeless Automated Testing Tools - Alternatives to Selenium

Testing has long been one of the most thankless tasks in the world of development. Doing it manually can result in hours of repeating the same tasks over and over again trying to find the...

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Feb 5, 2019 by Jason Simon (Guest Author)


In a previous article, I did a comparison between a few automated testing tools from a beginner's perspective. I examined Selenium IDE, and mabl, walking through a basic process in order to become familiar with automated testing in general,...

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Dec 12, 2018 by Jason Simon (Guest Author)

Okay, so you really want to learn more about automating your test processes. However, a quick search on automated testing seems to bring up more information than you can handle. For this reason, we will be breaking this down into digestible pieces to make it...

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Nov 20, 2018 by Jason Simon (Guest Author)

As a web developer, let’s say you are already aware of the need to test pretty much anything you build. It's part of your normal process as you build new functionality or content into your sites. You make a change, you check to see whether it works. After you've...

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