Eggplant Essentials — January 2018
We've been busy this month. In case you missed anything, here's what you need to know.
Future of Testing 2018 Webinar
Join us on February 1, 2018 at 10 am ET / 3 pm GMT for a lively conversation with our CEO, Dr. John Bates, and Daniel Howard, senior researcher from Bloor about the future of testing in 2018 and beyond. Watch the recording.
With the release of Eggplant Functional 18.0, we created the world's first fusion test automation engine. Which means that in a single test, you can now use intelligent image and text understanding, API automation, and WebDriver object automation. Learn more.
Our CTO, Antony Edwards, and our CEO, Dr. John Bates, have some bold predictions about what's in store for testing and smart technology. For starters, they think IoT and AI will be the stars of 2018 — fueling innovative services, powering testing technology, and making things even smarter. Read more.
Like Selenium? Now You Can Use It With Eggplant Functional. A popular open source automation tool, Selenium has its advantages and disadvantages. Which is why lots of teams use it to complement their existing testing approaches and products. Get the scoop on Eggplant Functional v18.0 support for Selenium WebDriver.
Thrive in the Digital Economy With Intelligent Digital Experience Monitoring. With digital experience management emerging as a new space, Dev and Ops not only have to get along but need to stay in sync with the business. There are a few ways to make that happen.
Testplant QA Recap + How We Do Regression Testing. As testers of automation software, our QA team writes tests that automate our own automation software. That's a mouthful, but it's key to helping us better understand what our customers need and want. Get the lowdown on what the QA team accomplished in 2017 and learn from one of our test engineers how we do regression testing.
Eggplant Functional: Automatically Run Selenium Standalone Server on Windows. One of our full-stack software engineers walks you through fully automating the execution of Selenium WebDriver tests through Eggplant Functional.
That's all for now. See you next month.