In this article, we present an approach of testing the authentication flow of an application with the State Transition Testing technique. We use AltWalker, GraphWalker and Python to write and execute tests automatically.
Author: Altom Team
AltUnity Inspector‘s main goal is to allow games to be explored and inspected outside of the Unity Editor, on the platform the game was built for. This approach is very similar to the Appium Inspector or to the DOM Inspector of a web browser. Why would you want to use it It could help you… read more
Running some automated tests for multiplayer games can sound like a real challenge for most of us. So we decided to write an article and present how to make the setup to run tests on two devices in parallel. You’ll see references to AltUnity tester in this article, as we use it in most of… read more
This year at CeBIT we presented three testing tools that we’ve developed for some of our projects.
We always look for smart new ways to test and that is why we have built tools specific to our needs. Here are three of the testing tools we’ve used so far successfully on several projects.
Come meet us at CeBIT and see demos of our latest products. You can find us at Pavilion G02 in Hall 6. We have goodies! See you there.
Ru showed a demo of our mobile automation tool AltRun at the European Testing Conference 2017.
This year’s Test Lab at the ETC conference in Helsinki is organized by our colleagues Adina and Dolly. This is where testers can do EXperiments
We participated in the first edition of the European Testing Conference and returned with many notes, ideas and impressions which we would like to share with you.
This is the first post in an ETC 2016 series, dedicated to the talks and workshops that we attended.
Built in the Altom test lab, AltTap is a robot designed to help with and mitigate some of the critical challenges of test automation. It is especially useful in scenarios involving the running of tests on devices of varying screen sizes and resolutions. AltTap’s special power is that of performing automated tests on any type of touchscreen device.
How does it do that exactly? It simulates a human tester by the using of a stylus to perform click actions on a touchscreen. The process is based on an image-recognition algorithm.
In 2014 our colleague Ru created a tool in Google Scripts to support her testing in an organized and measurable way, using the Session Based Test Management method. The tool is available in the Google Templates Gallery via this link https://drive.google.com/a/altom.ro/previewtemplate?id=0Aqk-dNwZsfwrdHlfYTRSN3FKQzlVenBYWUhZUk44REE&mode=public&ddrp=1#.