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Introduction

We work hard to improve the functionality and usability of our autonomous testing platform, constantly adding new features. Our sprints are weekly with minor updates being released sometimes every day, so a lot is added over the course of a month. We share updates by email and social media but wanted to provide a monthly recap of the month’s latests enhancements, summarizing the big and small things we delivered to improve your success with the Testim.

API Testing

What is it?

Do you need to validate data that appears in the app against data from your back-end? Do you need to extract data to use in your tests? Then we have the feature for you.

We provide two types of API steps:

  • API action – Will be used when in need to get data and use it for calculation, or to save it for later use in the test.
  • Validate API – Will be used to validate an element against the API result data.

Why should I care?  
This capability makes it easy to do UI and API simultaneously. No need to toggle between do different systems nor integrate results. Author a UI test and automatically author an API test to ensure the application under test is working correctly. Read more

API Testing

Debug Step Parameters

What is it?

We’ve learned that enriched debugging can be a huge time saver. Debug the console errors and network errors automatically and see the failed steps in the DOM. You can see in each step all the parameters used during the run.

Why should I care?
This feature is helpful when you want to debug your runs and need to figure out which parameters were used in each step. Learn more

Debug step parameters

Company and Project Structure

What is it?

Large enterprises need the ability to manage multiple projects and various groups inside their organization. This feature makes it easy for admins to grant individual users access to specific projects. Earlier this year we’ve added support for a company structure with a company owner managing permissions and owners per project.

Why should I care?
This gives you more flexibility in managing the different groups inside your company and allows control over who has access to which projects. Learn more

Testim Project Management

Customers have access to these features now. Check it out and let us know what you think. If you’re not a customer, sign up for a free trial to experience autonomous testing. We’d love to hear what you think of the new features. Please share your thoughts on Twitter or Facebook.

 

2017 has been a phenomenal year for Testim, full of exponential growth and product enhancements.

We are proud that so many teams across the globe are utilizing our products to support their software quality initiatives. We want to thank our customers for helping us in making 2017 a huge success! As the leading provider of autonomous testing for Agile teams we would like to recap some of our shared accomplishments.  

100+ Customers Worldwide– Earlier this year, we earned the trust of our 100th customer. Our customers span across a dozen countries, executing more than 1M automated tests per month. We are thrilled to support their CI/CD efforts; reducing risk, faster time to market and releasing higher quality software.

Lightspeed Venture Partners Invests $5.6 Million in Testim– Lightspeed, a Silicon Valley-based early stage venture capital firm focused on accelerating disruptive innovations and trends in the Enterprise and Consumer sectors invested in Testim this past year. This is Testim’s second round of funding in 12 months. The funds will support Testim’s mission to help engineering teams make application testing autonomous and integrative to their agile development cycle.

Testim Delivers Many Highly Requested FeaturesOur customers are the ones that make the Testim community so special and inspire us to innovate. Some of the years most requested customer features include:

We want to express our utmost appreciation and gratitude to our customers, partners and peers in the industry for their continued support. We are thrilled to welcome 2018 and look forward to even more shared success together. Keep your eye out for mobile native, company structure, advanced reporting and much, much more.

Introduction

We work hard to improve the functionality and usability of our autonomous testing platform, constantly adding new features. Our sprints are weekly with minor updates being released sometimes every day, so a lot is added over the course of a month. We share updates by email and social media but wanted to provide a monthly recap of the month’s latests enhancements, summarizing the big and small things we delivered to improve your success with the Testim.

Test Reruns

What is it?

An easy and fast way to rerun a test with the exact parameters used in another run.

Why should I care?

When running large suites, many times you want to rerun a smaller subset of those tests that failed. Since tests fail for a number of reasons, this new capability allows you to test temporary errors or fixes. Reruns let you run a test with the same parameters as a previous test run with a click of a button. This will include all dynamic parameters, from the CLI, Test Data, and parameters exported from tests that ran before this one (via exportsGlobal). Learn more

test suite rerun

To Reuse or not to Reuse

What is is?

Reusing actions is one of the basic principles of programming. Testim always supported reuse, and now we push toward even more developer best practices. For every new group, API call, or custom code step that you create, Testim will prompt you for a (meaningful) name, and whether you would like to make this step shareable or not.

Why should I care?

This feature will save you time since you can author the test once and call it to be used in any suite of tests. This makes it faster to author tests when making changes to a shared group, but do not want it to affect other tests in the suite. You can find more information on Reuse in our docs

test reuse

Mobile Web

What is it?
Testim now supports the authoring and execution of tests for mobile web.

Why should I care?  
The number of mobile devices has suppressed the number of desktop computers. We all consume content through our mobile devices and users expect your application to provide superior experience regardless of the medium. Responsive websites look and behave differently than desktop hence require different tests. Learn more

mobile web

Customers have access to these features now. Check it out and let us know what you think. If you’re not a customer, sign up for a free trial to experience autonomous testing. We’d love to hear what you think of the new features. Please share your thoughts on Twitter or Facebook.

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