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Better Together: Open Source and Eggplant

10/8/18 / by Jonathan Gillaspie posted in Selenium, Selenium WebDriver, JMeter, open source, DevOps

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If you’re a software developer or tester, chances are you’ve used open source software at some point in your career — we know a lot of our engineers have. The pros and cons of open source are pretty clear: 

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Transforming Customer Experiences With Eggplant

8/14/18 / by Michael Giacometti posted in user journey, User Experience, User experience testing, business outcomes, business KPIs, Customer Experience Insights, Real Customer Insights, Eggplant Digital Automation Intelligence Suite, shift up, Selenium, artificial intelligence, Performance testing, customer experience optimization

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Customer experience transformation is a key initiative for any business that wants to position itself for the 21st century. Two important concepts involve updating and digitizing technology, and creating persistent customer relationships. According to Bain & Company, customer experience transformation starts with “… simplifying your core business and digitizing it where it matters.” McKinsey & Company writes that in any customer experience transformation, “… the voice of the customer can be used to identify upstream and cross-functional issues and address the root causes of problems.” In short, to see positive results, you need well-tested, high-quality digital assets that reflect ever-evolving customer needs and desires.

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Eggplant Functional: Automatically Run Selenium Standalone Server on Windows

1/24/18 / by Bekki Freeman posted in Selenium, Selenium WebDriver, Software test automation, continuous integration, Regression testing, testing best practices

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To fully automate the execution of Selenium WebDriver tests through Eggplant Functional, it’s convenient to set up the Selenium Standalone Server to run automatically every time the system under test boots. If the Standalone Server isn't running, the test will not execute, leading to delays in continuous integration, and false-negatives on regression testing.

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Like Selenium? Now You Can Use It With Eggplant Functional.

1/3/18 / by Pamela Gillaspie posted in Selenium WebDriver, Selenium, Functional testing, User Experience, User experience testing

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Selenium is a popular open source test automation tool for lots of reasons. You can get started with it quickly. It’s widely used, so knowing it can be a marketable skill. And, because it’s not that easy to use right out of the box, testers who become well-versed in Selenium can advance into lucrative framework development.

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