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Webinar: Cross-Platform (RIA, Mac, Unix and Mobile) Test Automation with ZAP-fiX and HP ALM
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Webinar: Cross-Platform (RIA, Mac, Unix and Mobile) Test Automation with ZAP-fiX and HP ALM

When: Wednesday, October 26, 2011
8:00 AM PDT, 11:00 AM EDT, 5:00 PM CEST

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In today's world, the potential for the software development industry is limitless. With modern users utilizing words like "now” and "instant,” companies cannot afford to say "later” and "over time.” Quality assurance teams must work fast if they are to keep up with the dizzying speed of today's software application development addressing application testing on RIA, Mac, Unix and mobile platforms.

Join Alex Chernyak in this free 60 minute webinar as he walks through a breakthrough solution that extends HP Application Lifecycle Management to fully support manual, automated, and load testing of applications for Reach Internet Applications (Flex, Flash, AIR, Silverlight), Mac, Unix/Linux and Mobile (iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry…) platforms.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • How to automate testing cross-platform with HP QuickTest Pro using the ZAP-fiX add-in
  • How to build a test framework for cross-platform apps with HP Quality Center
  • How to use QC Sprinter with ZPX to manually test applications cross-platform
  • How to perform load testing of applications with ZPX and HP LoadRunner


Alex Chernyak
ZAP Technologies

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