Engaging Developers in Unit Testing

Our overarching goal in agile and DevOps is to deliver increments of customer value more quickly with acceptable quality. In doing so, we employ many approaches and techniques to verify requirements, designs, and code at every step in our software engineering methodology. One key practice in driving early defect identification is unit testing, but several […]

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Custom Headers in Selenified
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I’ve talked before about how Selenified supports web services and API testing, and as such, we are constantly working to simplify this experience, and expand out the support. One of the features included in the Selenified 3.0.1 release is the ability to pass in custom headers. Previously, all calls made had the Content-Type set to […]

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Testing with Feature Toggles
Software Testing

What are Feature Toggles There are lots of ways for developers to develop code, with many different strategies when it comes to releasing capabilities. While many development organizations prefer to use feature and release branches, some utilize feature toggles (sometimes even combining these with branching). This gives developers the ability to turn a particular feature […]

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