Mabl Adds Beta of Desktop Continuous Testing Tool

By MIKE VIZARD

Mabl today announced availability of a beta version of a desktop tool for creating tests that can be applied to browsers and application programming interfaces (APIs) using a low-code tool. Dan Belcher, co-founder of Mabl, said the goal is to make it simpler to streamline testing processes as responsibility for application quality assurance (QA) continues to shift left within the context of a DevOps workflow.

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Applause In-Sprint Testing

By Sean Kinney

Moving testing earlier in the software development lifecycle — known as a ‘shift-left’ approach — lets you test in smaller chunks and fail fast, which increases both development velocity and release frequency. While many development teams tackle this manual feature testing internally, you don’t need to anymore.

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Solving test and integration challenges for Open RAN

By Sean Kinney

With greenfield builds in Japan and the U.S., and a major commitment from European operators, Open RAN is poised to have a meaningful impact on the way networks are bought and built. In this Q&A, Eng Wei Koo, director of technology, 5G solutions, with Keysight Technologies, discusses current momentum and considerations for testing and integrated disaggregated radio systems.

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AI in testing is no longer just a buzzword

By Jenna Sargent

There are many buzzwords in the software development industry, but AI in testing is proving to be more than just a marketing term. According to this year’s World Quality Report sponsored by Micro Focus, Capgemini, and Sogeti, 86% of respondents said that AI is a key criterion for selecting new QA solutions.

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The future of Scriptless Test Automation

By Manikanta Gona

The world of software testing is constantly evolving and adapting to new technologies so as to always become faster, more productive, and achieve higher software quality. Automation has become an integral part of software testing in order to reduce simple and repetitive tasks and accelerate the test process.

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Testing And Assuring Services In 5G Radio And Core Networks

By Patrick Kelly

Mobile operators have invested billions of dollars in spectrum over the past few years in preparation for the deployment of 5G technology. The race to deliver 5G services has only recently begun as cell sites are upgraded, the core network is virtualized and the next generation of handsets make their way into the market. T-Mobile boasts an upgrade of 1,000 sites per week in the U.S.

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