Historically, the focus of Test Management tools has been on Manual Testing and features to facilitate the managing of activities for a team of testers. The majority of commercial Test Management applications support the following core features:
Learn how Testspace simplifies managing software quality and release readiness, by leveraging important information buried in your CI/Build systems.
We are introducing our second version of Test Analytics -
Testspace Insights. This article provides an overview of the feature set and provides a brief description of other important metrics being considered for future releases.
Our open source approach is based on following the lead of other companies in the industry. Thus we feel it’s important for Testspace to be free for open source development. To this end, we’ve integrated with GitHub and have ensured seamless operation with Travis CI.
Here at Testspace we’re excited to introduce yet another Online VCS/CI Integration. Users of GitLab - a leader in Continuous Integration software - can now connect Testspace to their git repositories.
Testspace is used to measure and track metrics that help teams manage the quality of their software. Our goal is to provide actionable insights from test output produced during software development — Quality Analytics for the test automation workflow.
We are introducing the first version of Testspace Insights. This article provides an overview and sets the stage for future articles on the details of Insights and how to leverage them to improve the quality of the software development process.
The Testspace team is excited to announce a brand new integration with Bitbucket by Atlassian. Developers and teams using the popular Git hosting service can now connect Testspace to their git repositories.
Two standard workflows embraced by GitHub users are the Fork & Pull Workflow, with developers working on their personal copy of a repository (common for open source), and the Branching Workflow, with developers sharing repositories using multiple branches.
The benefits of deploying Continuous Integration (CI), as part of any Software Development process, have been well documented. One of the best articles, in our opinion, is by Joe Green from smrtr.co.uk, published on the Codeship Blog on 4-11-2013.
A common practice for many development organizations, including ours, is to collect logs and data during automated testing. Whether this is done to provide context for failures or as secondary quality measurements, ancillary data can be a vital part of any Continuous Integration (CI) process. The challenge is how to collect and use the data in an efficient and effective manner, one that doesn’t include the manual triage and dissemination of data after each run.
A common reason why software companies struggle to maintain success is they’re unprepared for the inevitable growth in their software’s complexity and surface area. This inescapable increase in liabilities coincides with the thinning of budgets and headcounts as companies take on additional projects. Processes, sufficient during company and software infancy, collapse under the weight of the growing trend.
Because Testspace is a new type of application that does not fit into a classic product category we often get asked
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