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From the London Olympics of 2012 to the U.S. health exchanges today, web sites and web applications continue to fail under real world user interaction. The result is site downtime, embarrassment, loss of revenue, and unwanted negative publicity. Why do web sites fail when it is usually vitally important that they remain operational and responsive to users?
This webinar provides examples of high-profile web site failures, and offers insights into why these failures occur and what the cost is to the organization. It describes practices that enable all organizations to better prepare for traffic in response to new applications or marketing initiatives.
Many software trends are driving how testers approach the art and science of testing. These trends are challenging testers to make better use of both their skills and the tools available for testing with disruptive technologies. Telerik evangelists Steven Vore and Peter Varhol discuss and demonstrate how testing is changing in response to new technologies such as mobile computing, data and analytics, agile development methodologies, and cloud computing. These trends, defined by the Gartner Magic Quadrant for automated software testing suites, provide a clear window into software test management and software testing in the trenches today and in the future.
Join the AppBuilder (formerly Icenium) team in the latest keynote webcast to learn about the brand Icenium Visual Studio integration! You can now use one of the world's most popular IDEs to build cross-platform mobile apps with power of Icenium. Also demoed are Icenium's support for custom Apache Cordova plug-ins and Telerik's new mobile application analytics service.
Test Studio 2013 R1 is ready for use! Join the Test Studio team for a quick overview of the new look and features you’ve been asking for. Evangelists Steven Vore and Peter Varhol will discuss and demonstrate new user interface features, expanded browser capabilities, new ways of getting familiar with Test Studio, and a host of other improvements.
The new Test Studio lets you both record and play back scripts across browsers, so that you can better identify behavior that works in one browser but not another. It also offers distributed test execution lists, giving you more flexibility in setting up and running tests. If you’re looking for a jump start, there’s a sample project and video of important features that can shave days off of your learning curve.
Automating functional tests for your User Interfaces is always challenging. Learn how the free Telerik Testing Framework (TTF) can help you quickly create powerful, flexible tests that solve many of the problems teams run into when automating web functional tests. See how the TTF makes it easy to deal with the asynchronous delays that are at the heart of AJAX-ified pages. You’ll also learn how to work with HTML5’s media elements to validate your media controls are working properly!
User experience is becoming more interactive, and in Q2 Telerik Reporting will help you add that interactive spice to your business reports. OpenAccess ORM will make database operations even easier with new batch operations and schema migration. Join Telerik evangelists Carey Payette and Chris Eargle for a quick overview of what’s new in Q2 2013.
Join Jeff Fritz for a deep dive into the highlights of the ASP.NET AJAX release – the new TileList control, the lightweight HTML5 and CSS3 rendering for several controls, the CandleStick chart type and DateTime support for RadHtmlChart, batch editing for RadGrid and much more.
Join Icenium Developer Advocates and Telerik EVP Todd Anglin for a whirlwind tour of core Icenium features, the brand new Icenium Everlive backend services, and a sneak peek at the upcoming support for Cordova custom plug-ins. Whether you're brand new to Icenium or an existing user looking for the new stuff in the latest release, this keynote has the must have info you need.
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