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Easily Set Up Smoke Tests in Your Build Pipeline

In this world of continuous delivery and high volume of feature releases, it’s important to have a testing infrastructure in place to ensure your existing functionality does not break because of current changes. Smoke tests are a type of regression test that makes sure that your critical functional flows work.…

Talia Nassi
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Increase your Productivity by Testing in Production

As companies implement more innovative practices, they typically realize the faults of using an imperfect environment, like staging. Staging environments are expensive and they often do not match the behavior of production which leads to faulty test results. They also don’t provide any confidence that your features are working before…

Talia Nassi
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Feature Flags Java Testing

Since joining Split, it has been clear that feature testing is the fundamental building block of our software development process. We deploy unit tests to validate discrete parts of business logic, end-to-end tests to monitor our APIs, automated usability testing to maintain our user experience, and entire network of bots…

Henry Jewkes
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Testing and Local Development Using Split’s Off-the-Grid Mode

This blog post will try to shine some light on the recently added support for local development as well as how to integrate Split into your continuous build and unit testing. We’ll walk you through the creation of a demo app and how to run unit tests with Split by…

Pato Echague
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Lessons Learned on Automation Episode III: Modularity and Reusability Matters

In this episode we are covering how to write modular testing code, maximizing reusability so your framework can adapt quickly to changes.

Fernando Martin
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Lessons Learned on Automation Episode II: Slow and Steady Wins the Race

In the world of Selenium usability testing, many intermittent failures are caused by elements not showing up in time or not being enabled when the test tries to access it. Adding extra checks on your tests might slow down your suites, but it’s a small price to pay for reliability when coding for web or mobile SDK.

Fernando Martin

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