Here’s the Weekly Newsletter from 16th May’ 2021 to 22nd May’ 2021:
1. Demystifying the Fundamentals of Cross Browser Testing – Cross browser testing eliminates all the bugs caused due to incompatibility issues in applications which enhances the quality of the UI and provides the best user experience to the customers. It is an application testing method to test the application for achieving compatibility between the various browsers, devices, and operating systems.
2. Applause launches Codeless Automation to accelerate Test Automation – Applause, the leading company in enabling digital quality, announced the launch of its latest SaaS product, Applause Codeless Automation (ACA). Applause Codeless Automation enables everyone – regardless of skill or programming expertise – to build test automation scripts without writing a line of code.
3. Redwood Software raises $379M Investment from Turn/River Capital for enterprise process automation – Redwood Software announced a $379 million strategic investment from growth equity firm Turn/River Capital. This investment will enable Redwood Software to accelerate the formation of new features for its industry-leading IT and enterprise process automation platform and the funding will be used to expand the company’s customer base.
4. Applitools integrates with Rally to provide Quick and Automated Bug Management – The automation platform Applitools announced that it now integrates with the APM platform Rally. With the new integration, customers can now gain full insight into their entire application development lifecycle from UX design and development to executing automated tests, analyzing test results and reporting and fixing defects.
5. Microsoft and Darktrace To Help Keep Organisations Secure With Self-Learning AI – Microsoft and Darktrace are collaborating to deliver customers with enterprise-scale, self-learning AI that recognizes and reacts autonomously to cyber-threats such as spying, phishing, ransomware, and supply chain attacks.
6. Microsoft announces The Retirement of Internet Explorer in 2022 – Microsoft has officially announced the retirement of Internet Explorer next year, after almost 25 years. The outdated web browser has been widely ignored by most users for years, but on June 15th, 2022, it will finally be retiring the Internet Explorer in the favour of Edge.