1. We are happy to announce the General Availability of new iOS devices to every Rainforest Mobile customer.

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  2. The landscape of mobile devices and operating systems is rapidly evolving. Market fragmentation is a growing problem for mobile application developers. Varying screen sizes, new device types, and updated operating systems are constantly being introduced to the market.

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  3. Quality is getting more and more important to both B2B and B2C buyers. Many companies want to keep teams small and agile to maintain development speed. Unfortunately, improving quality often creates a QA bottleneck for teams with limited resources. This can often leave developers pulling double duty and overextend the team’s resources.

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  4. New and innovative QA technologies are rapidly changing the way companies release their products and do QA. To stay competitive, many teams are adopting new ways of testing that help them develop quality products faster.

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  5. Many organizations are turning to continuous testing strategies in order to keep the quality of their products and features consistent. By testing early and often throughout the development process, teams can avoid costly bugs in production and ensure a high-quality experience for their customers.

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  6. Rainforest QA co-founder and CEO Fred Stevens-Smith recently appeared on the Official SaaStr Podcast to chat with host Harry Stebbings about the origins of Rainforest QA and his journey from startup founder to CEO.

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  7. As you may have noticed in our recent post on how we ship code at Rainforest, we use the Rainforest platform extensively for QAing our product. The key to successful, effective QA testing is preparing seed data in the database for each test.

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  8. With smartphone market penetration reaching nearly 80% in the U.S. in 2016, providing users with high quality mobile experiences is critical to the success of many business. Mobile testing strategies need to be robust enough to provide coverage of the hundreds of devices that consumers and enterprise customers use, while remaining fast and flexible enough to keep up with the rapid pace of development.

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  9. For teams who update their product and features frequently, maintaining a high level of product quality can be extremely challenging. Organizations frequently spend too much time on essential but time-consuming regression testing instead of focusing on developing new features or improving user experience for existing ones.

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  10. What is Regression Testing?

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    Ashley Dotterweich, July 5 in qa testing

    Regression testing is a type of functional testing that checks for issues that are introduced by new additions or updates to the codebase. Regression tests are used to find the source of new bugs and confirm if they were caused by an update. Smoke and sanity tests are often considered subtypes of regression tests.

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