Do you run your application on multiple servers? Do you have separate environments for production and development? How many have you found errors in your application or had it break completely as a result of a different setting or condition in your environment? Trying to detect errors in your environment can end up costing you or your admin long unproductive hours. As you search for bugs, you’ve probably asked yourself any…

This article was originally written in Czech by Testomato and Wikidi tester Barbora Urbancova. It has been translated and posted here with her permission.  You need to test.  We’ve all heard it before, but how often does it actually happen? I’ve spoken with a lot of friends on this topic, who work in corporates or smaller companies where programming is dictated by contracts and deadlines. It’s not uncommon for them say something like: “Of course we should test,…

It’s a nerve-wracking experience to deploy a release to production without knowing if something has broken somewhere on your site during the process. Most of the time, differences between your staging and stable versions cause production to break after a release. So, it’s a good idea to get into the habit of testing both of your environments. We’ve pulled together a quick tutorial to show you how to use Testomato to test two…

Since our launch, we received a lot of questions about what exactly Testomato tests. Some of our users find it confusing since there are so many testing applications out there to choose from. So, what kind of testing tool is Testomato? And what makes us different from other services? We thought it’d be helpful to pull together a quick guide to help answer these two questions. Link Checkers One of…