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IBM® Rational® Robot automates regression, functional and configuration testing for e-commerce, client/server and enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications. Enables defect detection, includes test cases and test management, supports multiple UI technologies, lowers learning curve for testers discovering the value of test automation processes. Enables test-automation engineers to detect defects by extending test scripts and to define test cases. This software integrates with the IBM Rational TestManager solution to provide desktop management support for all testing activities.
QA and even the customer needs to have the ability to tie separate features (that were scripted by a more skilled QA engineer) together and feed the new test data without having to get their hands dirty. It's the customer, who creates the business rules. Jameleon generates the test case documentation, the test-script (macro), categorizes the test case based on the function points on a simple test-level that is set, and makes the new case available to the test farm and anyone else based solely on the order of the features grouped together in the test case.
XStudio includes a versatile test management software that can drive any kind of tests, manual or automated. XStudio makes the management of requirements, tests, bugs, trivial and less costly to maintain. XStudio allows the scheduling/running of fully automated, semi-automated or manual test campaigns. It comes with an integrated requirement management module and a bug-tracking database. Some connectors are also provided to connect real-time with JIRA, Mantis, Bugzilla or TRAC. XStudio supports MySql and Oracle database servers.
RTH (Requirements and Testing Hub) is an open-source web-based tool designed to manage requirements, tests, test results, and defects throughout the application life cycle. The tool provides a structured approach to software testing and increases the visibility of the testing process by creating a common repository for all test assets including requirements, test cases, test plans, and test results.
actiWATE is a Java-based software platform intended to make the test automation process simple and cost-effective for automation of regression testing of web applications. It consists of actiWATE Framework and additional modules. Currently only one module is released - actiWATE TWA. Framework is a Java-based library. Automated tests use this library for interacting with web application. actiWATE executes tests without real Internet browser; instead actiWATE Framework emulates Internet browser on its own. actiWATE tests are fully compatible with JUnit and can be run by any JUnit tests runner.
mAutomate is an innovative and cost-effective framework for evaluating mobile apps across diverse handsets, networks, operating system versions, and geographies. mAutomate enables to execute automated tests on remote mobile devices connected to the provider networks–there’s no need to root or jail break those devices. It also provides key performance analytics about device CPU, memory, services, battery, and more while you run your test cases.
LDRAcover is a stand-alone code coverage tool that doesn’t require investment in a complete tool chain. LDRAcover addresses the rigorous structural coverage objectives of standards such as DO-178B/C (Avionics) up to and including Level A as well as other safety-critical software applications. LDRAcover lets you quickly and easily view coverage analysis results such as callgraphs, flowgraphs, and code coverage reports in an interactive easy-to-use interface with powerful filtering capabilities.
FindBugs™ is a program to find bugs in Java programs. It looks for instances of "bug patterns" - code instances that are likely to be errors. FindBugs is a defect detection tool for Java that uses static analysis to look for more than 200 bug patterns, such as null pointer dereferences, infinite recursive loops, bad uses of the Java libraries and deadlocks. FindBugs can identify hundreds of serious defects in large applications (typically about 1 defect per 1000-2000 lines of non-commenting source statements). Findbugs can be used from the command line or within ant, eclipse, maven, netbeans and emacs.
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Organizations with software development needs have increasingly become enticed by the potential benefits of open source tools. For some, the ability to reduce their operating expenses by eliminating the costs commonly associated with licensing proprietary software holds significant value. Other businesses view open source assets as an opportunity to customize their resources to meet the specific needs of their internal teams. The availability of open source tools has spread into the realm of test management, with several such options cropping up in recent years.
Bstriker ALTM encompasses Features/Requirements, Development, (Automatic and manual) Testing and Defect management SAAS or on premise connecting or fully integrating with 3rd party applications from different vendors.
Bstriker’s main goal is to help companies to achieve high quality standards and to real time measure the level of quality of a software application.
Mobile application testing is a process by which application software developed for hand held mobile devices is tested for its functionality, usability and consistency. Mobile applications either come pre-installed or can be installed from mobile software distribution platforms. Mobile application testing can be categorized as:
Mobile devices have witnessed a phenomenal growth in the past few years. A study conducted by the Yankee Group predicts the generation of $4.2 billion in revenue by 2013 through 7 billion U.S. smartphone app download
By no means should QA management and their teams avoid test suites - including automated iterations - altogether. These resources can be extremely useful for software testers and help them dig up a variety of issues. However, no single asset should be given too much focus, as they will each display some strengths and weaknesses. Quality development practices should include a comprehensive arsenal of testing tools to aid the efforts of QA professionals. Explore the top 10 risks to keep in mind when taking a test suite approach to QA.
Some QA leaders have found that their collected data doesn't always effectively address the questions they have. This may occur for a variety of reasons, but a likely culprit is a lack of context. Testing metrics should not be considered in a vacuum. To get the best results from these assets, QA management must consider numerous measurements and the implications they offer as an entire unit.