Testing can be an overwhelming task, so it’s good for teams to know where to start and what works best for them. Just in case you missed it, Testomato is featured on Mads Kristensen’s Web Developer Checklist as the recommended automated testing tool. This is a great guide for developers who want to adhere to best practices during a release or before a launch. (Tip: There’s also a pretty handy Chrome extension that automates a large portion of the checklist.) While Kristensen’s list covers what is generally considered best practices in web development, every team and every project is different. So, we wanted to share…

February 14, 2014 by Roman Ožana

We know our Testomato users are an awesome group, which is why we always try hard to listen and respond to the suggestions our community gives us. That’s why, we’re excited to announce that on February 4, our pricing plans changed based on feedback we received from you over the last year.

February 7, 2014 by Roman Ožana

We’ve shared some of the Scrum methods and concepts we use at Testomato to promote team flexibility and adaptive planning within our company. In today’s post, we’d like to introduce another important methodology that we apply to our development and delivery cycles: Kanban. What is Kanban? Kanban is an Agile methodology used to manage the creation and workflow of development projects, which emphasizes continual delivery without overwhelming the development team. Similar to the Srum techniques we use, Kanban helps our team work together more effectively. The main idea behind the system is to deliver what the process needs, exactly when…

January 31, 2014 by Roman Ožana

Who are you and what is your role at Testomato?  Hi, I’m Zee. I’m a User Experience / Data Visualization expert, and my role at Testomato is prototyping the interface and improving User Experience. I work closely with everyone to make Testomato more usable and generally, pleasant for people to use. I’m also the one responsible for “this service is stupid” and “I don’t understand what I’m supposed to do now” moments. So, if you run into a situation like this, don’t hesitate to contact us at @testomatocom or info@testomato.com and let us know!

January 24, 2014 by Roman Ožana

Most of our users use Testomato to test their web projects, but our team likes experimenting with other ways our service can be used. Roman, one of our senior developers, has been using Testomato to track app prices for an app that he’s interested in buying on iTunes. He’s been wanting to get 1Password for his computer at work, but would prefer not to pay the slightly pricey $49.99 for the Mac App. So, he decided to use Testomato to alert him to any changes in price and hopefully save a few bucks at the same time!

January 17, 2014 by Roman Ožana

One of the main reasons developers don’t test their websites and applications is because the initial costs are too high. Website testing will undoubtedly influence the budget for your website’s maintenance, so it’s important to think about how to justify the cost of a website testing tool in your development process. Monetate has put together a comprehensive and informative infographic on the challenges, costs, impact, indirect/direct costs, and opportunities that website testing can provide. In short, there’s more to the cost of testing than a tool’s price tag. Some things to consider:

January 10, 2014 by Roman Ožana

The holiday season is coming to an end and so is another year! 2013 was a great year at Testomato as we made new changes to our service and pulled even closer together as a team. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank all our users for their support over the year and for helping us to grow as a project. We truly value all of your thoughtful feedback and patience, and we are dedicated to making sure we continue the same progress into 2014. In today’s post, we’d like to highlight some of the awesome things that happened…

December 30, 2013 by Roman Ožana

Is your website available? Testomato can check your website availability every 15 seconds from 10 different locations around the world and will send you an alert if the site is unavailable.

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