We recently talked about different ways to test signup forms using Testomato. At the time, we didn’t support random values in our form tests. This meant that users needed to run an extra script in order to create a new user each time a form was tested. A lot of you asked us about random form values, so we added this feature to make testing forms even easier! With this new update…

Speed and robustness are absolute requirements for the survival of modern websites and applications. Failures or performance issues can end up costing business their reputation and hurt their rankings in search engines. Development teams are expected to deliver high-quality products, and at the same time, under pressure to keep costs low. For many teams, implementing automated testing into their development process is the best way to use their resources and time efficiently.…

The team is always working hard to find ways to improve the quality of our testing. So, we’re excited to introduce our newest feature – testing locations for Testomato projects! How It Works The Testomatobot is Testomato’s crawling tool, which we use to download the HTML code of your page content. Testing locations means Testomatobot now downloads pages and measures response time from 2 different places: Europe (Prague) US (Chicago, IL) Once we’ve downloaded your content, the…

We’ve seen with Testomato projects and know from personal experience how important forms are for online projects. They’re how users sign up to join a service, join newsletters, submit enquiries, and how sales are made. Forms can also be one of the most common areas for problems on websites, particularly on those that have just launched. So, it’s important to test and make sure they’re working properly! A user recently asked us how…