Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Customer Finds Mobile Performance Flaw

We heard from an eValid user about a novel use of the internal timing capability to track down and fix a problem that only appeared when the application was viewed with evalid imitating a mobile device.

Their testing process involved setting up timing measurements within the DOM using the structural commands. The timing data let them to identify the fixes that were needed, and the same test setup was used to verify the performance improvement that was evident on the mobile device.
Here is the writeup they provided describing these results:

K2 Bug Repair Report (July 2014)
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Friday, July 25, 2014

Quality Week Proceedings Available

The complete conference proceedings for the QualityWeek and QualityWeek/Europe conferences - from 1998 to 2002 - are now available for download

The files below are the complete contents of the Conference CDs unified into a single PDF document.

Caution: The PDF are big files, this may take some time to download.
1999 QW1999CD.pdf -- 32 MB -- [1,816 pages]
QWE1998CD.pdf -- 20 MB -- [1,251 pages]
2000 QW2000CD.pdf -- 82 MB -- [1,712 pages]
QWE2000CD.pdf -- 147 MB -- [1,712 pages]
2001 QW2001CD.pdf -- 72 MB -- [2,070 pages]
2002 QWE2002CD.pdf -- 100 MB -- [1,300 pages]
QW2002CD.pdf -- 65 MB -- [1,783 pages]

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Selected Recent Forum Posts

Here are some selected posts from our eValid forum:
eValid's Pagemap vs Chrome's inspect element -- They reallly are two different ways to do the same thing, only eValid's Pagemap is more focused on testing aspects.

Using eValid for a Facebook logout -- Here's a neat structural testing sequence for a tricky FaceBook logout.

Help with starting 2500 users at the same time. -- Some timing tricks to help synchronize 2,500 simultaneous users.

Monitoring Agent Question -- Distinguishing eValid Monitoring Master and Agent Stations.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Selected Recent Forum Posts

Here are some selected posts from our eValid forum:

eValid Perks -- Using the IndexFind and DOM Manipulation technology items in eValid.

Can eValid find a particular element -- What WE like best (and are most product of) in eValid!

Popup Question -- Popups are always tricky, but here is the simple procedure that always works.

eValid the Best for Monitoring AJAX Applications -- Some reasons why using a full browser makes SO much sense!