Version and Environment Testing

If you are like most companies you will have several versions of your website or web application. There naturally will be production. There usually is staging and there could be development, separate to development that takes place on the developers local machine. So what is the best way to coordinate testing? How do you insure […]

Using Test Suites for Regression Testing

Human nature dictates that the focus is on new things and in the context of software product that is also the case. But it is critical to ensure core features and previous capability is not broken or lost with the introduction of new code, whether that be attending to previous bugs or introduction of new […]

Enhanced Test Case and Suite Flexibility

Building quality applications requires a robust approach to Test Case Management. Therefore we are pleased to advise next time you login to Testnetic there will be one new key feature. The User Interface that you are familiar with is largely unchanged, but there are quite a few changes under the hood. The major difference is […]

Combining structured testing and exploratory testing

The usual approach of Test Case management software is to have a structured testing approach; that is to say create test cases, execute those tests, document the outcomes and retest. To produce quality software this is essential. However an additional scenario is that of project management, or to a lessor extent issue tracking. Often issue […]

Improving Testing Workflows

With the adoption of any new technology comes a learning cycle, and to be candid Testnetic is no exemption. But over the next few articles ( maybe we should call it the Learning Series) we will illustrate how some of our users are improving testing workflows. How developers and testers work together to some degree […]