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Windows Internet Explorer 9 (abbreviated as IE9) is the current version of the Internet Explorer web browser from Microsoft.
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a project and issue tracker from Atlassian.
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a сustom set of plugins for Apache JMeter, not affiliated with Apache Software Foundation.
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Also sometimes known as para-functional, this tag covers both the quality attributes beyond the functional, and the test techniques intended to reveal information about them. For example, performance,…
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a widely used server based scripting language. To learn more please visit http://php.net/
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a complete Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) suite, offered by Microsoft.
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a free framework for testing PHP-scripts.
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a part of Software development process, iterative and incremental Agile method / framework for IT project management and/or application development.
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Selenium Grid allows you to run Selenium tests in parallel, either locally or on a server farm.
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a mobile UI testing framework aimed at testing iOS and Android applications.
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For questions related to the Telerik testing framework, or other Telerik tools.
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a simple mechanism for adding style (e.g., fonts, colors, spacing) to Web documents.
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a mechanism to allow a web server to associate a series of requests from the same browser.
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A scripting technique that does not put test data directly into the test script.
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a combinatorial method of software testing that for each pair of input parameters to a system tests all possible discrete combinations of those parameters.
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Engineering activities involved in discovering, documenting and maintaining a set of requirements for a computer-based system
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Legacy code can mean a number of related things, the most common of which are code inherited from someone else; code from a previous version of the application; code that is deprecated or outdated; or…
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