Playback of Tests in Incognito Mode

Testim gives you the ability to playback tests in incognito mode. The reason you may want to use incognito mode is, to get the true behavior of the application without any cached data. This is similar to running tests on the grid, where in each test runs on a new browser instance without any cached […]

Playback of Tests in Incognito Mode

Event Summary: Our Experiences at STPCon 2019

We were recently at the STP Spring 2019 conference. Testim was one of the sponsors for the event. We were also there to give a talk and workshop on Implementing ATDD in large scale agile projects and doing Paired Session Based Exploratory Testing respectively. It was an amazing conference in terms of the content, speakers, […]

Event Summary: Our Experiences at STPCon 2019

Testim April Product Summary: Email Validation, Advanced Scheduler, For Each Loop

Introduction We work hard to improve the functionality and usability of our autonomous testing platform to support your software quality initiatives. This month we’re thrilled to release a few of your most requested features; Email Validation, Advanced Scheduler, For Each Loop. Check them out and let us know what you think. Email Validation What is […]

Testim April Product Summary: Email Validation, Advanced Scheduler, For Each Loop

Different ways to handle timeouts in your tests

Testim gives you the ability to override timeouts within a test, outside a test and across a group of tests. This helps to control the amount of time tests need to wait before a particular condition is met; after which tests fail gracefully after the set timeout period expires. The different ways to handle timeouts […]

Different ways to handle timeouts in your tests

The power of Session Based Exploratory Testing

Exploratory Testing has been around for several decades now. Every tester has been knowingly or unknowingly practicing it in their daily testing activities. There are various definitions and methodologies surrounding this testing approach. One of which is session based exploratory testing (SBET). Some confuse this testing approach with Ad-hoc testing without realizing it is way […]

The power of Session Based Exploratory Testing

Testim March Product Summary: Advanced Analytics, Results Export Feature

Introduction We work hard to improve the functionality and usability of our autonomous testing platform to support your software quality initiatives. This month we’re thrilled to release a few of your most requested features; Advanced Analytics, Results Export Feature. Check them out and let us know what you think. Advanced Analytics What is it? You […]

Testim March Product Summary:  Advanced Analytics, Results Export Feature

Tips to set screen resolution for tests locally and globally

Testim gives users the flexibility to run tests on different screen resolutions. But sometimes this can get confusing where in; some tests run on a certain resolution and the newly created tests run on a different resolution. Below, are two simple tips to set screen resolution for a particular test and also apply it globally […]

Tips to set screen resolution for tests locally and globally

How AI can Eliminate the Dev and QA Knowledge Gaps

The Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) consists of various roles and processes that have to seamlessly mesh together, to release high-quality software. This holds true right from the initial planning phase, all the way to production release and monitoring. In terms of roles, we have designers, business analysts (BA), developers, testers, scrum masters, project managers, product […]

How AI can Eliminate the Dev and QA Knowledge Gaps

Testim February Product Summary: Auto Scroll, Scheduler Failure Notifications

Introduction We work hard to improve the functionality and usability of our autonomous testing platform to support your software quality initiatives. This month we’re thrilled to release a few of your most requested features; Auto Scroll, Scheduler Failure Notifications. Check them out and let us know what you think. Auto Scroll What is it? When […]

Testim February Product Summary:  Auto Scroll, Scheduler Failure Notifications

How to easily understand and use loops within Testim

What are Loops? Loops are one of the most powerful concepts in programming and sometimes could be a little hard to understand. At Testim, we made it easier for users to use Loops in their tests; by building it within the framework itself. This means, the user does not need to write code to repeat […]

How to easily understand and use loops within Testim

Summary-Webinar: Real use cases for using AI in Enterprise Testing

We recently hosted a webinar on Real Use Cases for using AI in Enterprise Testing with an awesome panel consisting of Angie Jones and Shawn Knight and me being the moderator. There were lot of great discussions on this topic and we wanted to share it with the community as well. Below you will find […]

Summary-Webinar: Real use cases for using AI in Enterprise Testing

How We Built a Quality-Driven Development from Scratch

“When I talk to my colleagues and tell them that we have a team of developers that are performing manual testing guided by a test-plan nobody believes me… ” Let me just start by saying that I’m very proud of our team and how far we have come. Since my arrival, we have tripled in […]

How We Built a Quality-Driven Development from Scratch

AI Test Automation Goes Mobile – Mobile Beta Now Open!!!

The Mobile Beta is now closed as of 7/2019 It’s no surprise that mobile is big and only getting bigger. There are currently 8.7 billion mobile connections in the world, more than a billion active devices than there are people. Ensuring seamless user experiences for mobile users requires extensive software testing. However, testing mobile is […]

AI Test Automation Goes Mobile – Mobile Beta Now Open!!!

Javascript methods – A quick way to figure out methods to use within testim

As you may already know, Testim provides the flexibility to extend the functionalities of our platform by giving teams the ability to add their own JavaScript code. That being said, there maybe a situation where you need to use inbuilt javascript methods within the Testim JavaScript editor.  For Example – Say you want to find […]

Javascript methods – A quick way to figure out methods to use within testim

Why Testim should be your preferred codeless automation platform

Authoring and Execution of tests is an important aspect of test automation. Tests should be simple to write, to understand, and to execute across projects. The chosen platform should give the flexibility to both record and playback tests and write custom code to extend the functionalities of the automation framework. I recently came across Angie’s […]

Why Testim should be your preferred codeless automation platform
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