• .NET Testing & ALM

    Test Studio 2013 R1 Beta Available!

    July 08, 2013 Share
    We’re taking a new step for Test Studio: we’re making Test Studio 2013 R1 available as a public beta. This release of Test Studio has undergone some major changes, and we’d like your feedback on what you think of things so far! We’re making a Beta build of R1 available for you until 15 August. The Beta will expire at that point, so keep reading if you’re interested in having an early look at the release! Where to Get It We’ve made the Beta build available right on your My Account page. (Don’t have an account? All you ...
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    The Changing Resource Roster. Potential Project Killers Part 4

    In this five part series we’ve been examining what I consider to be key project issues that can turn into real project killers if not properly managed or avoided. In the first three parts so far we’ve covered: Part 1 - starting too fast – don’t start before everyone is really ready and the project is well-defined Part 2 – a vague budget – managing a project with no real budget is dangerous – sounds easy but it’s not and it can become very hard, if not impossible, to ever define financial success Part 3 – an indecisive customer – ...
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    EQATEC Exception Handling

    July 04, 2013 Share
    Telerik now offers EQATEC Application Analytics, an awesome way to get real-time usage monitoring and app insights for mobile, web, and desktop applications. This leads to better understanding your customers and improving your app based on hard data, all delivered through an online dashboard. Here are a few more highlights: Know your users, their device configuration, and their behavior Exception handling Application health and performance Simple API for quick instrumentation Anonymous data collection I'd like to touch on exception handling specifically. EQATEC does this so well that we decided to drop crash reporting from Test Studio for iOS and ...
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    That’s Neat: Recording in Safari, Chrome, Firefox

    July 02, 2013 Share
    Our upcoming version of Test Studio will roll out a number of major changes around performance, load testing, scheduling, execution, etc., but one of the neatest additions is the ability to record in browsers other than Internet Explorer. Here’s another episode of That’s Neat showing off a bit about the new recorders: I think you’ll find the new recorders a great way to move your testing along! About the author Jim Holmes Jim Holmes has around 25 years IT experience. He's a blogger and is the Director of Engineering for Telerik’s Test Studio, an awesome set of tools to help ...