In the previous post, we discussed how OPTIMUS evolved during our journey. Now that we have a fair sense of what it is capable of doing, lets discuss in more details the implementation of the same. The following diagram explains the architecture of optimus. We started with some basic requirements in our mind that could … Continue reading "Optimus – Unboxed"
TestVagrant completed more than 2 years in business and during the last 2 years we have worked on a variety of mobile apps. Apart from giving us a good dose of exposure across domains, these projects helped us better understand the mobile testing landscape. The mobile ecosystem and its challenges are way different from web … Continue reading "Optimus – Most Advanced Mobile Test Automation Framework"
Why are we talking about Microservices? A significant amount of traction has been built in past couple of years around “microservice architecture”. Its been talked about in almost all major developer conferences and seminars. It has acquired quite a lot of interest in the active development community and slowly people have started writing about it. … Continue reading "Microservice the way forward"
CLIENT The customer is market leader in clinical data exchange and pioneer in solutions for health information exchange, business intelligence and patient engagement. The customer supports a network of more than 1,000 hospitals, 250,000 end-users, and 20 regional and statewide Health Information Exchanges CONTEXT Customer has suite of solution in the space of health information … Continue reading "Breaking free from legacy test automation"
CLIENT The customer is Indonesia’s largest B2C startup, and is currently the fastest growing startup in South and South East Asia, growing 900X in the 18 months since launch. CONTEXT The system in context here is a mobile app catered to both Android and iOS users. With growing user base and fierce competition with rivals … Continue reading "Testing one of the largest B2C mobile application"
What is the context here ? Let me give you a typical scenario on a project in an Enterprise company: a project to be delivered with a timeline of 6-12 months. Development team consisting of developers, business analysts, quality analyst and a Scrum master. Why this blog, probably because we want to talk about the … Continue reading "Thank You But No Keyword Driven Framework"
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