In my previous blog, I put forth a strong case for adopting Coded UI Test (CUIT) for automation testing. As a result, I have been receiving a lot of comments asking how to automate ‘Windows Applications’ using Coded UI Test. With this in mind and to also provide readers an insight on
It is important for organizations to clearly identify the merits and demerits of a test automation framework before choosing a framework. When organizations decide to automate web application testing, they prefer a simple but a powerful testing framework. Although, there are a lot of automation testing frameworks available in the market, Fluent Automation Framework categorically stands out.
Coded UI Test (CUIT) is a relatively new automation tool in the software market. It was made available as part of the Visual Studio 2010 update. The product has undergone a lot of enhancements and its new version has been released as part of Visual Studio 2013. Software code can be
In my earlier blog post, we have analyzed in-depth about software testing trends in 2014. In this post, I would like to highlight few important aspects of Quality Assurance as a function. I will highlight some of the positive and negative attributes of QA. We will also look at some
The year 2013 has come to an end and most of the IT professionals and businesses are interested to know how Quality Assurance and Testing domain fared last year. I am sure they also must be eager to find out how Quality Assurance will fare in the year 2014. Let’s