Perfecto by Perforce announced the launch of Android emulators and iOS simulators in its cloud testing platform.
SmartBear announced the release of TestEngine for automating test execution in CI/CD environments, and ReadyAPI version 2.8.
ReadyAPI is the API quality platform that accelerates functional, security, and load testing of RESTful, SOAP, GraphQL, and other web services.
“We continue to deliver new capabilities in ReadyAPI, and this release allows us to deliver expanded ML-based automation, a simplified user experience, and a more robust set of integrations, as well as unveil our newest product, TestEngine,” said Gail Shlansky, Director of Products at SmartBear. “Coordinating and managing test execution and reporting are a hassle for Agile and DevOps teams. They’re hampered by complex deployments, large regression suites, and global development teams. It’s hard to efficiently run tests, not to mention effectively manage all of the organization’s growing testing needs. TestEngine fixes all of this, and it’s a package that can empower the most efficient software teams, even those distributed across the globe.”
Now, users can execute ReadyAPI, SoapUI Pro, and SoapUI Open Source tests at the same time on a central resource that’s integrated into their development processes. TestEngine provides more flexibility by allowing you to run tests in parallel – and it provides an intuitive web interface for added visibility. You can see what tests you’re queuing, control the test execution, and get analytics on usage and frequency of testing.
“Everything in this product family is designed to help our clients accelerate the delivery of quality APIs,” said Shlansky. “Building on the support for GraphQL, built-in Zephyr integration, and Intelligent Assertion Creation delivered earlier, we have once again delivered new capabilities that will help our users test and deliver even more software faster with ReadyAPI 2.8. And with the release of TestEngine, we’re also giving our open source SoapUI community a centralized resource to more effectively manage and run their tests.”