Webinar | How to Increase Your UI Code Coverage While Doing Test Automation
What are we going to talk about?
Time to market is king. Development and test teams today need to contend not only with pressures for fast outcomes and rapid, agile changes but also with the increasingly low tolerance of end users to insufficient UI/UX. GUI tests have always been difficult, a test designed to follow a certain path through the GUI may then fail as a result of a minor change. Tests that fail frequently reduce the ability to get to market in a timely manner. One way to fix this is to run fewer UI tests, but the problem is that if the coverage is inadequate, important bugs will escape to the customers which can cause customers to leave.
What you’ll learn:
- How to smartly prioritize what to test in your GUI?
- Why is it important to measure your GUI test code coverage?
- How to increase the coverage of GUI tests while still getting the product to market quickly?
- How to discover and manage critical untested code changes in your GUI tests before they reach production?
Dave Westerveld | Senior Test Analyst | Ansys Inc.
Senior test analyst at Ansys Inc. where he has been involved in testing many different projects ranging from well-established products to the early stages of major new initiatives. He has been involved in traditional automation initiatives and has also helped to drive up product quality through the creative use of automation tools, helps teams efficiently producing high-value software. He blogs at offbeattesting.com. twitter: @offbeattesting.
Alon Weiss | Chief Architect | SeaLights
Alon is the Chief Architect and Group Manager at SeaLights who built the first online and Cloud – Based Continuous Testing platform. He has over 14 years of Front-end development experience and is obsessed with quality and speed.
Tue, Jun 27, 2017 10:00 AM – 10:45 AM EST
Tue, Jun 27, 2017 14:00 PM -14:45 PM GMT