Sneak Peek: Two New Features Coming Up Soon!

The development team has been working hard! Recently, we shared what’s up next on our roadmap with you, but that doesn’t mean we weren’t working on anything else over the summer! So, without further ado, we’re happy to announce a couple new features that will be ready for release very soon. Want a sneak peek? Awesome New Feature #1 – Add a new test with a URL path Add tests faster using a URL path instead of a full URL! This means that instead of typing http://myproject.com/my-tested-page or myproject.com/my-tested-page, you’ll be able to simply type: /my-tested-page” when adding a test. It’s a small…

How We Use It: AngularJS and Testomato

We like to share the technology we use at Testomato and introduce you to tools with which you might not be familiar. In today’s post, we’d like to give you a quick overview of AngularJS and explain how we use it here at Testomato. AngularJS is an open-source JavaScript MVC  framework by Google similar to Backbone.js and Ember.js, which helps to simplify web development by helping structure and applications (i.e. making the code more maintainable). But we’re getting ahead of ourselves. First, a few words on MVC… MVC (Model-View-Controller) frameworks are designed to help developers deal with the “spaghetti code”, which often results from…

New User Tutorial & Upcoming Features

The Testomato team is happy to announce that we’ve put together a short user tutorial and it’s ready for action! The tutorial was created to introduce our basic features to those who are new to Testomato. However, it will also be available to our existing users as well as a quick guide to make sure you’re getting the most out of your tests! The tutorial covers the following: Adding projects to your user account Adding new tests to your projects How to schedule your test suites Managing your notifications While this is an exciting extra that we’ve been working hard…

Website testing can be just as awesome as the rest of the free stuff in the world like sunshine, air, or laughter (we wish coffee was on the list, too). That’s why we’re excited to announce that as of Wednesday July 24th, all of our users were switched to our unlimited Ripe N’Ready plan for free! This means that now, you’ll be able to test out the perks of an unlimited plan at no extra cost to you, or your business. We wanted to make sure you understand everything you need to know about our free trial, as well as our…

We’re always trying to make things better. A few things have been fixed lately to improve our service and overall functionality.   Two New Columns in Test & History Log There are now two new columns in the logs to make sure you have more detailed information about your tests. Response Time: This is the time it takes from when a request is sent until the last byte of the response is received. HTTP Response: All HTTP header fields from the project’s server response will now be recorded in your log. Just click to view the full details of the test. More Consistent Test…

Meet Team Testomato: Jan

Who are you and what is your role at Testomato? My name is Jan Prachař and I’m a Senior Developer. One of my main responsibilities at Testomato is handling the client-side Javascript code. What is the best part of your job? The best part of my job is the feeling I get when I see that users really use our product and benefit from it. I like getting feedback from them and adding features that satisfy their requirements. What’s been your proudest moment working on this project? The proudest moment for me working on this project was the first time…

Meet Team Testomato: Roman

Who are you and what is your role at Testomato? I’m Roman, and I’m a Senior Developer working at Testomato. Mainly, my job is to handle the PHP side of the application (back-end). What is the best part of your job? The best part of my work is using recent technologies to create something beautiful and new. What’s been your proudest moment working on this project? The first time we got positive feedback on Testomato’s functionality from users was probably my proudest moment. But, there was another really great behind-the-scenes thing that happened about six months ago. The skeleton for Testomato…