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Testing Frameworks are Dead

Every single company I know (except our forward-looking customers, of course) is creating a testing framework. It usually goes ...

Why Did We Kill Our Test Environment?

Yes, we did indeed completely remove the test environment from our process and de-provisioned it. The story is as follows: The ...

Selenium vs testRigor

Test Coverage Even small changes might have ripple effects over the product. Allegedly, Walmart lost $100M within 10 minutes ...

What is Autonomous Testing?

Some History End-to-End regression testing, in particular, Web and Mobile testing have historically been done in three ways: ...

5 Advantages of Autonomous Testing

Last time, we discussed what is autonomous testing and why does it exist. Today I’m going to delve into what are the 5 ...

Bank-style Functional Monitoring in Production

How do banks do testing in production? Don’t get us wrong – banks do test their software thoroughly before pushing ...

Natural Language Processing for Software Testing

At TestRigor we are proud to announce that we release the first version of what is the base of Natural Language Processing for ...

Testing a Website App with testRigor

testRigor reduces the time you spend on regression by autonomously detecting all new functionality in your application and taking ...