Appsurify Articles on Software QA

How the Elite Make Selenium and Appium Testing Faster

How the Elite Make Selenium and Appium Testing Faster

UI tests running Selenium, Appium, and other tools are notoriously slow. And yet the biggest developers like Google and Facebook have millions of tests. Do they wait hours or days for testing? No, they’re releasing multiple times each day. So how do they do it? Their...

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A Map to the Bugs

A Map to the Bugs

Living near Hollywood, I frequently pass stands selling Maps to the Stars. Being in QA testing, of course, what I’d rather have is a Map to the Bugs. Too bad that’s not possible. Wouldn’t that be great, though? Open my map, drive a few blocks, and there’s a bug...

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Are Flaky Failures Putting You in Automation Hell?

Are Flaky Failures Putting You in Automation Hell?

You’ve spent months setting up your test automation, making it perfect, making it automatic so you can press a button and find out  if your build passes. And what happens? Failures! Not real failures, that would be fine—that’s the whole point of testing. No, you’re...

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How Did Facebook Cut Its Testing While Finding Bugs Faster?

How Did Facebook Cut Its Testing While Finding Bugs Faster?

It sounds too good to be true – cut the amount of testing and find bugs faster. But this is exactly what Google and Facebook do using a technique called Regression Test Selection or Predicative Test Selection. Of the thousands of automated tests that companies have...

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AI for QA Isn’t What You Expect

AI for QA Isn’t What You Expect

Whenever I tell people that Appsurify has developed AI to make QA testing faster and smarter, they get excited. They inevitably imagine the magic button that unleashes bots to find every bug automatically. Fortunately or unfortunately, the magic button remains mostly...

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Building Better Software With Fewer Bugs

Building Better Software With Fewer Bugs

Pardon the interruption of your Wireshark traces. I’d like to switch gears a bit today and talk about software testing rather than network testing. I can’t imagine that anyone would disagree that better software with fewer bugs would be welcome. The question is how?...

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