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Faced with frequent product releases and system upgrades, there is increasing pressure on resources used in software testing. While manual testing through the user interface (UI) can be time-consuming, one way, as we all know by now, to free up tester hours is to automate.

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Digital transformation of businesses is not only necessary, but it is also happening. One of the effects this has is that many business-related operations are dependent on an ever-increasing number of platforms, systems, and applications. Testing and end-to-end testing are essential to risk reduction; however many cite high costs as a reason to focus on other testing forms. The key to solving this lies in automation. Read more about why you should automate end-to-end tests in this article.

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I Hear There’s a Workaround?

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The introduction of agile methodologies has allowed software developers to ensure quality while decreasing production times and streamlining the development process. Within this methodology, testing has taken center stage to align development with customer needs.

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Testing continuously at multiple stages of the release pipeline supports delivery of high-quality software. Here’s how to pick an automation solution for your Continuous Testing needs.

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To keep up with the ever-increasing customer expectations to digital products and services, software providers are under pressure to be more and more thorough in their quality assurance of products. Learn how Continuous Testing can support those efforts.

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Test automation is about letting software robots perform repetitive tasks, emulating end-user interaction with the system under test, in order to increase the range, depth, and reliability of one's quality assurance efforts.

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While Selenium is primarily used for automating web applications for testing purposes, it’s actually intended for browser automation more generally. It's up to Selenium users to come up with creative applications of the automation framework.

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Selenium is a great tool for professional programmers who want to automate web applications, but for users who don’t (want to) write code, there are better options. This post compares code-based Selenium with LEAPWORK web automation.

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Selenium IDE is a great open source tool for HTML-savvy users who want record and playback automation of simple web applications, but isn’t suitable for enterprises and has very limited functionality. This post compares Selenium IDE with LEAPWORK enterprise web automation.

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