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QASource’s Advanced Technology Group Monthly Update: June 2015

Every month our Advanced Technology group evaluates the latest tools in QA testing and passes on their findings to you. This month, we will take a look at i-net PDFC, Maven JXR Plug-in, BrowseEmAll, and PDFDoclet. We have also provided a list of the latest support updates. As always, we hope this will help increase your QA team’s efficiency and productivity, as well as get the most out of test automation.

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QASource’s Advanced Technology Group Monthly Update: May 2015

Every month our Advanced Technology group evaluates the latest tools in QA testing and passes on their findings to you. This month, we will take a look at Geb, Apache Archiva, Helium, Gradle. We have also provided a list of the latest support updates. As always, we hope this will help increase your QA team’s efficiency and productivity, as well as get the most out of test automation.

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QASource’s Advanced Technology Group Monthly Update: April 2015

Every month our Advanced Technology group evaluates the latest tools in QA testing and passes on their findings to you. This month, we will take a look at Selenium Builder, Applitools Eyes, Circle CI, and Koding. We have also provided a list of the latest support updates. As always, we hope this will help increase your QA team’s efficiency and productivity, as well as get the most out of test automation.

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QASource’s Advanced Technology Group Monthly Update: March 2015

Every month our Advanced Technology group evaluates the latest QA testing tools and passes on their findings to you. This month, we will take a look at Monte Media Library, iMacros, Travis CI and Yeti. We have also provided a list of the latest support updates from the past month. As always, we hope this will help increase your QA team’s efficiency and productivity, as well as get the most out of test automation.

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QASource’s Advanced Technology Group Monthly Update: February 2015

Every month our Advanced Technology group evaluates the latest QA testing tools and passes on their findings to you. This month, we will take a look at GhostLab, TeamCity, Adobe Edge Inspect and Jforum. We have also provided a list of the latest support updates from the past month. As always, we hope this will help increase your QA team’s efficiency and productivity, as well as get the most out of test automation.

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QASource’s Advanced Technology Group Monthly Update: January 2015

Every month our Advanced Technology group evaluates the latest tools in QA testing and passes on their findings to you. This month, we will take a look at Spoon, Jasmine, Twist and Testing Anywhere. We have also provided a list of the latest support updates. As always, we hope this will help increase your QA team’s efficiency and productivity, as well as help you get the most out of test automation .

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6 Ways to Increase Productivity of Your QA Team

Since there are a lot of tasks that QA teams tackle, increasing QA productivity can help successfully drive a company’s revenue growth. Here are 6 ways to increase productivity within your QA testing team:

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API Testing: 3 Key Focus Areas For Collaboration Products

Collaboration applications often feature third-party integrations that allow for a simpler, faster user experience. These types of integrations are carried out using APIs, which require extensive testing to ensure proper function with the collaboration application. Successful integrations that streamline access and usage will help you remain competitive within the collaborative space and expand your customer base, but they must be tested. Consider these 3 API testing focus areas specific to collaboration-type applications:

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API Testing Tutorial: 4 Key Considerations

API Testing, Test Automation | By Brandon Getty | August 19, 2014

The primary goal of API testing is code-level testing of both the application and the API. A full, organized suite of testing will verify the individual parts of each method, class, and package within the API, ensure security of the application’s code, and confirm the expected interaction between the API layer and the application. Grow your test toolkit by pairing this API testing tutorial with our blog post about API testing advantages.

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4 Advantages of API Testing

API Testing, Test Automation | By Brandon Getty | August 7, 2014

Compared with graphical user interface (GUI) testing, application programming interface (API) testing provides several key advantages, each of which can improve the coverage of your test cycle, conserve resources, and result in faster, more efficient releases. Based on your project timeline, integration requirements, and desired functionality, API testing is usually a worthwhile approach when testing your application in-house or with an offshore QA team. Four key advantages of API testing include:

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