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Dec 3, 2019 by Anton Hristov

What do visual changes and broken links have in common?

It is a sunny afternoon on a rather cold December day. Your software development team has just shipped updates to your web app and marketing site. You sit in your comfy office chair and can’t help but...

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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 20, 2019 by Lisa Crispin

Early on in my programming career I learned that it pays to make friends with the operations people and work closely with them. Back in the day, we depended on operators in the machine room to mount our tapes and keep our long batch jobs running smoothly. We...

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Nov 18, 2019 by Chou Yang

What is Shift Left Testing?

Shifting left means getting everyone on the delivery team engaged in testing activities. Testing needs to change from being a scramble right before release to something your team talks about and does every day. You and your team will...

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Nov 14, 2019 by Dan Belcher

Since mabl’s inception, we have been inspired by a vision of creating intelligent CI/CD pipelines that make it as easy as possible for developers to quickly and safely ship their code to production. Today, we’re releasing two enhancements to our GitHub...

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Nov 13, 2019 by Bhavani R.

“Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning” - Bill Gates.

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Nov 6, 2019 by Eric Tatar

One struggle we’ve constantly run into when trying to make mabl usable on all web applications is getting past reCAPTCHA. Few things stop mabl in its tracks like anti-bot security. After all, mabl is a bot, so with reCAPTCHA just doing its job, it constantly...

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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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Oct 30, 2019 by John Vanderzyden (Guest Author)

As web application development continues to increase in complexity, more teams find it necessary to automate as much testing as possible. There are many approaches to testing automation. Here in this article, we survey a number of the most common frameworks in...

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Oct 28, 2019 by Lisa Crispin


In the U.S., we are starting to get close to “Black Friday”, the day after our Thanksgiving holiday when retailers run huge sales and people flock to both brick-and-mortar and online stores. This is followed by Cyber Monday when everyone gets back to work and...

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