Test Driven Development and Testomato

Testing can be a pain. It’s also one of the first things we skip when deadlines are looming or when the temptation to cut a few corners gets the better of us. Unfortunately, not testing has its consequences and this could mean many a late night chugging coffee and cursing yourself. We’re all about making testing easier and more effective, which is why our post today will give you a brief…

A Real Test: Testomato and a DDoS

On Monday, hackers attacked some of the most prominent online Czech news websites, including: iDNES.cz, iHNED.cz, and Novinky.cz. The websites were flooded with thousands of digital requests, which overloaded their servers, causing their homepages to slow or completely crash. “News servers have been facing a massive DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack since 8:30am (0730 GMT),” iDNES announced on its Facebook profile. By noon (1100 GMT), both iDNES and iHNED were…

Software testing is an important part of producing a sound product in any development cycle. Regardless of what industry or field, products need to be tested on performance and functionality, in order to ensure they live up to the expected requirements. The main goal of software testing is to identify performance problems, find bugs, and work out issues of functionality throughout the development process. Testing is a vital part of improving…

UI Testing and Testomato

In last week’s post, we covered the basics of UI testing and how Testomato is a simple service that helps developers automate error checking throughout the UI testing process. This week we’d like to give you a brief rundown of the types of errors that Testomato actually checks for on an application’s user interface. When creating a project and configuring your test suite’s settings, you have the ability to run…