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Your Test Suite is Not Complete Without Visual Tests

Test engineers may recall the fateful day when they confidently deployed the latest version of their application after their functional UI test suite gave the green light. But within hours, bug reports began detailing a mysterious UI element missing for some users but appearing for others. The culprit: a poorly written CSS media query invisible to your test suite.


A Comprehensive Approach to Quality: Integrating Test Automation & Test Management

Manual tests slow down your team and limit test coverage, but implementing UI test automation can sometimes seem daunting. After all, you have a massive application with numerous moving parts, and UI tests are notoriously flaky. So, how can you improve quality and streamline your UI testing efforts? In this article, you’ll learn the difference between test automation and test management, and how integrating the two can unlock a more comprehensive approach to quality.

Smart Assertions Overview

The Smart Assertion checks both the message content and the metadata such as headers, status codes, and parameters in accordance with the predefined set of rules. Note: The Smart Assertion supersedes the Message Content, Valid HTTP Status Codes, Invalid HTTP Status Codes, HTTP Header Equals, and HTTP Header Exists assertions. They are also easier to setup and configure. The assertions will continue to be available, but we recommend transitioning to Smart Assertions.