•For Performance testing, JMeter and LoadRunner are preferred
•For Services testing SOAP UI are preferred
•For unit testing mbunit, testing is preferred
However, Selenium and OATS (Oracle Application Testing Suite) are getting increasingly popular among the testers for the testing purposes.
Selenium testing tool automates web browsers. first and foremost, it is used for automating web applications for the purposes of testing but is surely not restricted to just that. Mundane web-based administration tasks can be easily automated with Selenium.
Selenium tool has got the incessant support of some of the biggest browser dealers across the globe who have taken simple steps to make Selenium an indigenous part of their particular browser. It is also the mainstay equipment in innumerable other browser automation tools along with the APIs and the frameworks.
All the OATS technologies quickly mechanize your tests for objective 32-bit or 64-bit Java applications as well as Java applets present in your web browsers. It is an integrated, all-inclusive web application testing tool that provides all the tools and mechanisms you need to make sure the scalability and dependability of your business-critical apps, software etc.
I have a Project Test Report template but it seems to formal. I'm looking for ideas for an End of Sprint Test Report, that only reports Manual Regression Testing results. I need a report that helps me keep track of user stories not ready for regression in one sprint but will be in the next few sprints.
I'm using VSTS Test Hub, so I have access to charts and queries from tests I've run.
Going forward, I would like to report on Automative (and Manual) Regression Test Results.
Hi, I'm just wondering what would a software tester do when they have iddle time and is encouraged to do exploratory test on the product. How do you set the test plan and what are things you would like to include on the test result report?