FAQs About Testomato’s Paymill Payment System

We’ve had some request this week from users to clarify exactly how our payment system works. Your security is very important to our team. So, we wanted to make sure that it’s clear for anyone who is considering an upgrade. Here are some of the questions that were most commonly asked: What happens when I enter my credit card and CRC codes, and click SUBMIT?  We prepare an asynchronous HTTPS request to Paymill’s API. Any sensitive data is sent directly to Paymill, which returns a paymillToken or Error. Once we receive the paymillToken from Paymill’s API, we add the following…

10 Essential Skills Every Web Developer Should Have

We’ve been thinking about adding a few more members to our project teams at Wikidi, and it got us thinking. What skills do we look for in new team members? And, what skills really transform an average coder into an outstanding developer? Development isn’t just about spewing code – it’s about helping to build and create the digital world. So, what other skills do you need to have in order to make sure you’re a developer that thrives in whatever direction web development goes in the future. 1. Code: It’s the be-all without the end-all. You should be able to…

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…

Why Usability Testing Is Important

When you’re building a website or web application, there are a lot of factors you need to keep in mind. You need a design that looks good, you need to provide a product that does what it claims to do, and a website that is easy to navigate. It takes a lot of time, hard work, and of course, resources to get the job done. Web testing is an unavoidable part of the process to ensure you have a product that not only works, but is functioning to the best of its abilities. And, usability testing is no exception. Let’s…

Adding a Project with the Testomato API

 Want to learn more about our API? We’ve got you covered. In today’s post we’d like to provide an overview of our newest addition – adding a project using the Testomato REST API. We’ll go through the following steps: Login Add a project Logout Here’s a quick overview of API and REST before we get started for those of you who are not familiar with the terms. An application-programming interface (API) is a set of programming instructions and standards used for accessing web-based applications or web tools. APIs are generally released to the public so that other developers can design…

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