Testing as a Chat : Test anything , from anywhere as a chat conversation
Recently DevOps movement has given rise to a need to maintain visibility across the teams.How will your testing team keep pace with this change in future?
Chat based Testing is basically extending ChatOps to testing that will keeps the people involved in software development more connected and facilitates conversation-driven development.
It allows you to aggregate information about processes, discussions, QA, and testing. This flow improves the delivery of information about the status of the project to all members of the team.Also It allows to present, demonstrate, and reproduce an issue to the other teams.
which can be fixed before they reach users or customers—with minimal disruption to the delivery pipeline.
Outline/Structure of the Demonstration
This talk will demonstrate how to leverage ChatOps to improve the testing process with key focus on:
1.Basics of the ChatOps and specifically its application on the test automation.
2.How ChatOps can enable better communication,improves visibility of failures leading to the higher quality of the released software.
3.Examples to Implement Chat based testing for driving entire testing with open source project.
4.Integrating ChatOps with testing and monitoring tools to achieve easily manageable continuous delivery pipeline.
5.Best practices and patterns for ChatOps success.
1.ChatOps, how it works and why its important to testing
2.ChatBots technology,platforms and comparisons.
3.Integrating your existing tests with ChatOps tools.
4.Integrate ChatOps with your CI pipeline
5.Ready to start examples for taking your projects ahead with ChatOps.
Testers,Developers and Product Managers
schedule Submitted 3 years ago
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USP of ATD over other Market Solutions:
- Device Cloud:
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- Appium Servers logs
- Screenshots on Failures and On Demand Video logs
- Reporting Trends for multiple builds
- Manual Access to Remote Devices - OpenSTF support
Who loves/uses ATD?
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- Device Cloud: