Automation insights and productivity tips from LEAPWORK.
Working from home is no longer an option for most people around the world – it’s a necessity. While some are thriving and enjoying this new reality, others struggle to stay productive, engaged and connected. For most, it’s undoubtedly unknown territory.
As the Coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, many people are spending an increasing amount of time online for work, entertainment, information and practical day-to-day purposes.
For any agile software development team, end-to-end testing plays an important role as it tests software in a way that closely simulates real user experiences.
A lot of companies today have already adopted automation due to its ability to effectively perform tasks at high speed and accuracy. The next step for these companies is AI.
AI and automation are two terms that are often used interchangeably, probably because they serve similar purposes: to help businesses operate smarter and more efficiently.
As more and more enterprises are realizing the benefits of using robots to automate mundane tasks, equally many are looking to scale their efforts with AI capabilities.
AI is taking up an increasing amount of space in the automation field. This is mainly due to the need to increase automation coverage, free up resources, and speed up processes in software development and quality assurance.
Many software companies today are using Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) to release high quality products at speed.
Salesforce is a popular CRM system for Sales and other customer-facing teams, and many rely on it to perform business-critical tasks.
In the search for the best automation tool to automate Salesforce, many choose Selenium as their go-to tool.
When looking for a way to test Salesforce integrations and connections you will probably come across quite a few options.
Automating processes in Salesforce and tests of Salesforce integrations is a great way to save time, optimize resources and avoid errors from occurring in your business-critical systems.
2020 will be an exciting year for test automation and RPA.
As more and more businesses realize the benefits of eliminating repetitive tasks, the number of automation tools available is simultaneously growing. In fact, in 2020, you can expect to see a hockey stick ramp-up in test automation and RPA tools.
2020 is the year of automation fragmentation; while more and more businesses are realizing the benefits of automating their tests, tasks and processes, the number of automation tool providers is growing. While this may at first glance seem like a good thing, users should expect to be faced with more partial and incompatible solutions.
Hyperautomation was at the top of Gartner’s list of strategic technology trends for 2020.
One of the most noteworthy trends on Gartner’s list of strategic technology trends for 2020 is citizen development.
In the early 2000s, a test engineer named Jason Huggins came up with an idea. It was an idea that would make his job, as well as many other testers’, a whole lot easier. He created a software tool for web browsers and applications that enabled him to automate his testing, making it possible to find out if the code he wrote worked across all web browsers.
Enterprise mobile apps are mission-critical, but most enterprises have not yet solved the puzzle of how to perform test automation of native iOS and Android apps on real devices. In this blog post, we show how easy it is to do just that with LEAPWORK and BrowserStack’s (https://www.browserstack.com) real device cloud.
If you’re a highly skilled programmer wanting to automate web applications, and you love to spend time on writing test scripts, Selenium is probably a good test automation tool for you.
Are you tired of manual testing and are you considering using Selenium to accelerate your software testing?
In the early 2000s, a test engineer named Jason Huggins came up with an idea.
Software testing consists of a number of different types of tests. These can easily be confused due to their resemblance and seemingly overlapping purposes.
Regression testing is the process of checking a software system for bugs or regressions that have occurred in existing code after introducing new code.
Although regression testing is an essential part of the testing process, some software development teams choose to only run tests on specific code changes, under the assumption that if the new part of the software works, then the rest of it will as well.