Tuesday, March 17, 2015

New eValid Patent Issued

We are pleased to report that an additional eValid patent has been issued, effective 17 March 2015. 

Titled "Synchronization Checks for use in Testing Websites", US Patent #8,984,491 is the eighth issued patent in the eValid patent portfolio.

This patent focuses on protecting eValid's ability to actively synchronize test of complex AJAX applications that involve asynchronous download of content. 

The technology used involves applying a synchronization loop that waits until a particular DOM property exists, or takes on a particular value. 

This powerful method allows tests of such web applications to run reliably independent of how long, and in which order, AJAX operations take to complete essential tasks in the web page.

In addition to the Issued eValid Patents in the portfolio, several additional applications are currently on file with the USPTO.

If you are working in the general area of web application testing you may want to look into the possibility of basing your efforts on the technology that eValid offers.

Please see eValid BizDev Opportunities for details.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Selected Recent Forum Posts

Here are some selected posts from our eValid forum:

A few questions regarding AJAX -- More discussion about synchronization of AJAX applications.
Seeking examples of what eValid emulates different-devices -- Some "how-to's" on using eValid for testing mobile applications.

How to clear off eValid instances on a computer -- How do use "pskill" to clean up rogue processes.

Need help with a test items past the first one -- Here's a solution to a complex test concern.