articles and information about continuous testing and behavior-driven development


The Case for Adopting a Continuous Upgrade Schedule

Management decrees that its time to finally “get around to it” and update the antiquated system to the latest and greatest so they can take advantage of the newest features.  You ask your boss what resources will be made available and how many people will be hired to...

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Cycle 2.6.0 Released!

Thank you for taking the time to review our Cycle 2.6.0 release, which includes a combination of new functionality, incremental improvements, and bug fixes. See what's new below, and download from the User Portal today! What's New in 2.6.0: Licensing ease-of-use...

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Test Automation with Native Applications

I’ve been spoiled by the relative ease of creating automated tests for web applications and web pages, as “driving” those interfaces using elements like xPaths and IDs is often a straightforward process - assuming I’m not working with something sloppily written and/or...

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Top 8 Test Automation Resources for 2020

I’ve sifted through the many test automation websites out there, and have compiled a list of my top “go-tos” below.  There will inevitably be some overlap in the types of content, but I’ve mostly gone with different “flavors” of websites.  This is a “best of webpages”...

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Cycle 2.5.0 Released!

December 20, 2019 Our latest release, 2.5.0 is now available for all existing Cycle users. See what's new below, and download from the User Portal today! What's New in 2.5.0 Please find the following high-level summary of the 2.5.0 release. Data Support for Scenario...

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Workin’ Gherkin Syntax for your Team

There are a number of fantastic test automation blogs on the Internets® that cover learning proper Gherkin syntax.  We’ll overlap with some of that, but this guide is more specifically for working Gherkin syntax to fit your team and project, and determining when it...

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What Makes a Good Test Case?

We get distracted and are often hurried when designing test cases, as everything is on a tightly project-managed deadline these days…but are they good?  What makes a “good” test case?  Let’s start by level setting on a definition of a test case…Scouring the trusty...

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Seven Test Automation Industry Shifts and Trends in 2019/20

One of Tryon Solutions' own test automation experts, James Prior, brings you his thoughts on seven notable trends in the test automation industry over the next 12-18 months. 1. Less Low-Level Coding in Automation The industry has been moving in this direction for a...

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A High-Level Overview of Continuous Testing with Jenkins

We’ve paid homage to Jenkins in a previous blog post singing its praises for being open-source and relatively easy-to-use; now let’s look at requirements and a high-level overview of how to set it up.  First, we should level-set on key definitions before...

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Cycle 2.4.0 Released!

July 22, 2019Our latest release, 2.4.0 is now available for all existing Cycle users. See what's new below, and download from the User Portal today!What's New in 2.4.0Native App Interaction Steps. With the introduction of our new Native App Steps, Cycle...

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Cycle 2.0: What's New Webcast

  Who Should Watch: Chief Information Officer Chief Technology Officer Developers Business Analysts QA Team Project Managers What We Covered: How the feature upgrades will increase productivity and decrease system downtime More Modern UI/UX. A new Inspector Panel,...

Regression Testing for WMS Upgrade

In this case study, we look at how Cycle was used to save a 3PL time and money by testing their heavily-customized Warehouse Management System (WMS) upgrade.

RF Volume Testing with Cycle

In this case study, we look at how an equipment manufacturer used Cycle to simulate 500 RF terminals and stress test new servers. Download now.

Cycle Overview

Download a brief overview of Cycle complete with Frequently Asked Questions and system requirements.