|Written by Ritu Saxena | Tuesday, 25 September 2012|
Soon after the acquisition of Fiddler by Telerik, some interesting development has taken place in the community of tools built on top of Fiddler. StresStimulus, one such Fiddler extension used for Load and Stress Testing has announced yesterday that it will develop a standalone version of StresStimulus to give users a choice between Fiddler-integrated or standalone version, at no additional cost and StresStimulus’ free version will stay free forever, as well.
|Written by Ritu Saxena | Friday, 21 September 2012|
ToolsJournal had the opportunity to have a quick chat with Chris Eyhorn, EVP of Telerik’s Testing Tools. The information gathered gives more insight on the latest development at Telerik’s end, 'The acquisition of Fiddler', and the upcoming Telerik Test Studio R2 2012 release.
|Written by Ritu Saxena | Thursday, 20 September 2012|
Now Telerik not only provides best in class solutions for application development, automated testing, agile project management, reporting, and content management across all major Microsoft development platforms but has also come out of the way to provide the most comprehensive document that will help .Net Developers to make the best decisions for their applications which otherwise is a difficult job due to the expanse of Microsoft Technologies. The document is called ‘2012 Microsoft Platform Guidance’ and is available for free download form Telerik website.
|Written by Sudheer Raju | Thursday, 20 September 2012|
What if you are able to avoid more than half of bugs you would otherwise find in testing of your critical software. Nice right!!. LDRA, the provider of automated software verification and test tools has come up with a programming rule checker that brings together a collection of rules from a broad spectrum of programming standards.
|Written by Ravi Vadugu | Sunday, 16 September 2012|
Telerik, an end-to-end provider of software application, lifecycle and content management solutions, today announced the availability of the Windows 8 UI Controls Release Candidate (RC), enabling developers to build better apps for the Windows Store in a safe and secure manner. As part of the Release Candidate, Telerik is also releasing two new controls Pagination and HubTile, for both HTML and XAML environments.
|Written by Ritu Saxena | Wednesday, 12 September 2012|
In today’s scenario, digital content is accessed not only though TV sets confined to living room of the house, but through multiple devices, platforms and services, which often accompany the users wherever they go. This also increases the risk involved during digital data transmission and data access through apps on various devices. This creates a need for tamper-proof software protection solutions that developers can use to maintain the integrity of their content and business models, and guard against threats such as reverse-engineering and other attacks.
|Written by Ritu Saxena | Tuesday, 11 September 2012|
StresStimulus, a load and stress testing tool used for performance testing of websites, web applications, web services, Silverlight, flash and mobile apps, has been on the fast track to growth, adding on features and increasing its customer base which includes Microsoft, Cisco and Fujitsu to name a few. The latest development that we got to hear from StreStimulus beat is the release of Version 2.0, yesterday. The new release marks the introduction of
|Written by Ritu Saxena | Monday, 10 September 2012|
Telerik today announced the acquisition of Fiddler Web Debugger, a free tool widely used to inspect web traffic and ‘fiddle’ with incoming or outgoing data. The major highlight of the acquisition is that, Fiddler will continue to remain free as it previously was inspite of getting strong financial backing from Telerik. Now the fiddler community can relish Enterprise Level experience from their beloved free tool.
|Written by Ritu Saxena | Thursday, 06 September 2012|
Session-based test management (SBTM) is a technique for managing exploratory testing. SBTM helps bridle the randomness around Exploratory Testing to some extent without compromising on the essence of Exploratory Testing. SBTM overcomes the major issues involved with exploratory testing like the lack of methods that provide the visibility of the progress made with Exploratory Testing (ET) and test coverage achieved with ET.
|Written by Ritu Saxena | Sunday, 02 September 2012|
Parasoft, a provider of software development and testing tools has announced the availability of API’s to its Development Testing Platform. The Parasoft development testing platform integrates static analysis, unit testing, coverage analysis, peer code review, run-time error detection and traceability to provide real time process visibility. Open sourcing the API’s gives the opportunity to users of the tool to integrate any SDLC tool into this platform, be it an internal tool, open source or commercial off the shelf tool.