Functionize + Jira Integration Demo

The Functionize + Jira Integration Demo shows how to integrate Functionize with Jira to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your testing process. The demo begins with an overview of the Functionize platform and how it uses AI and machine learning to speed up testing time. It then shows how to integrate Functionize with Jira, … Read more

Functionize + Xray Integration Demo

Functionize is the #1 intelligent testing platform that uses AI and machine learning to drastically speed up testing time. When you integrate with Xray, there’s transparency for everyone. Create end-to-end traceability across your Jira workflow, and build reports for manual and automated tests from a single place. Sign up for a free trial today at … Read more

Functionize + TestRail Integration Demo | Functionize

Functionize is the #1 intelligent testing platform that uses AI and machine learning to drastically speed up testing time. When you integrate Functionize with TestRail, your team can increase automation faster and improve visibility across your software development lifecycle. Sign up for a free trial today at functionize.com Thank you for the information about Functionize. … Read more

Why Test Automation Needs Machine Learning | Functionize

Test automation needs machine learning because it can help to: Functionize has developed one of the world’s most advanced AI models for test automation. Our platform is able to slash test maintenance and eliminate test debt. But this was only possible thanks to the vast volume of data we have collected. Here, we look at … Read more

Using Selenium For Automated Testing | Functionize

Selenium is an open-source tool for automating web browsers. It can be used to automate a wide range of tasks, such as. Logging in to websites Filling out forms Clicking on buttons Navigating between pages Taking screenshots And more Selenium can be used to automate both manual and exploratory testing. It is a powerful tool … Read more

The Birth of Autonomous Testing

The birth of autonomous testing can be traced back to the early days of software automation. In the 1980s and 1990s, record-and-playback tools were some of the earliest test automation tools to be developed. These tools allowed testers to record their interactions with a software application and then play them back to automate the testing … Read more