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Sonatype implements Applitools to ensure app quality
Friday, March 12, 2021 by Brittany Hainzinger
Sonatype was in search of a solution to prevent visual bugs across the variety of operating systems and browsers supported by the Nexus platform.
After implementing Applitools, the engineering team can solely focus on delivering value, while Applitools uncovers countless unexpected changes before code ever leaves development.
Moving forward, Sonatype will deploy a...
OutSystems' new features help enterprise IT adopt LowCode
Tuesday, November 14, 2017 by Richard Harris
OutSystems announced the release of multiple new DevOps features that aim to help enterprise IT shops realize the benefits of low-code development. While enterprise IT struggles with established DevOps toolchains for their legacy platforms, OutSystems can now be easily integrated into these toolchains to allow seamless deployments across legacy technologies and modern l...
Focus on subcutaneous test
Thursday, April 20, 2017 by Christian Hargrave
Editors note: Guest submission from Head of Mobile at Future Platforms, Douglas HoskinsLooking to boost test coverage on a legacy system but don't know where to start? With a background in mobile app development, Douglas Hoskins, Head of Mobile at Future Platforms shares his insight on how you can maximize your efforts and engender greater confidence in your system...
Mobile automation testing tips
Tuesday, February 7, 2017 by Adam Croxen
As mobile application development matures, the range of features increases, but so does the effort required to test for regressions before shipping updates. A robust automation testing strategy can help in this situation but it is important to look at some key factors when setting up test suite infrastructure. An automated UI test suite can quickly run through all ...
Android Test Butler WhiteGlove Service for Automated Mobile Tests
Monday, August 8, 2016 by Drew Hannay
At LinkedIn, automated testing is a key component of our new strategy for releasing mobile applications with greater frequency. As we developed the new LinkedIn Android app that we launched late last year, we found that our tests had a major problem: our testing environment itself was unreliable, so our tests failed intermittently. We needed a s...
LinkedIn's New Project Voyager App Features Continuous Delivery on Steroids
Sunday, February 14, 2016 by Stuart Parkerson
LinkedIn recently released Project Voyager, their codename for the new version of the company’s flagship application for Android, iOS, and the mobile web catering to its over 400 million users. According to the LinkedIn dev team, Voyager is the result of more than a year of product development work by over 250 engineers. They rethought the LinkedIn experience from the g...