A Complete Guide to Employee Offboarding
Everyone eventually leaves their job. When an employee exits, the employee offboarding process begins. Most companies have a basic offboarding system, but often the process isn’t thorough or efficient. In this post from Eric Boersma on Wrangle’s blog, you can learn about how to do offboarding right.
Functional Testing and Nonfunctional Testing, Explained
Software testing is a big part of any software development team’s process. We can categorize testing into functional testing and non-functional testing. Functional testing focuses on finding bugs, whereas nonfunctional testing focuses on verifying quality. This post from Mercy Kibet on Testim’s blog describes how functional testing differs from nonfunctional test cases and how they maximize efficiency and avoid bottlenecks associated with each type of testing during a project.
An Introduction to E2E Testing With Detox for React Native
To build a usable software product that will thrive in the marketplace, it’s essential to perform end-to-end (E2E) testing on your mobile app. Simulating user behavior during E2E testing before deploying to production is crucial to satisfying end users. This is to say that with proper testing in place, you can avoid defects and flakiness users experience in mobile apps. One tool for performing E2E tests in mobile apps is Detox, a test automation framework that’s especially useful for apps built with React Native. In this post on Testim’s blog, Paul Oloyede examines the Detox test framework in detail and how to use it when testing your React Native mobile app.
Functional Testing Tools: 8 Top Options and Which to Choose
This post from Pius Aboyi on Testim’s blog aims to show you the top eight functional testing tools that can make performing tests faster and easier. We’ll start by discussing some of the common challenges of functional testing that a tool can fix.
An Introduction to Selendroid For End-to-End Testing
Selendroid, in short, is Selenium, but for Android. It’s a test automation framework powered by the Selenium client API that can drive the UI for native and hybrid Android applications. You can also use Selendroid to perform end-to-end tests on mobile web apps. Find out more from Pius Aboyi on Testim’s blog.
Mockito Spy: A Guide to When and How to Use It
Mockito is a popular open-source mocking library for Java, and as such, it’s useful for those wanting to unit test their code. However, some of its features can confuse newcomers, particularly regarding spies. What’s a Mockito spy, and how does it differ from a mock? When should you use it? Get all the answers in this post from Carlos Schults on Testim’s blog.
Appium Tutorial: A How-To for E2E Testing, With Examples
Testing applications is an important part of software development. This process involves the testing of the functionalities and usability of the application. There are different types of application testing methods: unit testing, functional testing, end-to-end testing, integration testing, etc. However, in this article on Testim’s blog, Ukpai Ugochi focuses on end-to-end testing, which tests the application’s workflow from start to end.
How to Get Started With Appium Inspector: A Guide for Testers
Appium Inspector is a tool for inspecting mobile application user interfaces (UIs) on Android and iOS platforms. It allows you to review and evaluate your mobile app’s elements (buttons, text fields, images, and so on) and see how they look on various devices. Appium Inspector also offers comprehensive details about each element, including its characteristics, hierarchy, and events that user interactions can trigger. In this post on Testim’s blog, Ifeanyi Benedict Iheagwara tells you about the benefits of Appium Inspector and how to install it on Mac and Windows, launch it, and connect it to a server.
Functional Testing: What It Is, Why It Matters, and How to Do It
Software testing is such a huge, fascinating field. There are many types of software testing, each with different objectives, weaknesses, and strengths. This post from Carlos Schults on Testim’s blog is all about functional testing.
Non-Functional Testing Types: 7 Tests to Add to Your Test Suite
Non-functional testing is the type of software testing that test the non-functional parameters of the software. This includes usability, readability, scalability, and performance. While these are not critical to the software’s functionality, they contribute to the end-user experience. Find out more from Ifeanyi Benedict Iheagwara on Testim’s blog.