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Scriptworks Dashboard Upgrade

The Scriptworks Dashboard has had a face-lift to accommodate a few new features. The results Dashboard has been improved to include new charts and graphs for projects test runs. A

Scriptworks UI Upgrades

The Scriptworks experience has just got a whole lot more Awesome! With the recent UI evolution Navigating around Scriptworks has become more intuitive than ever. With context-based navigation based on

Scriptworks is featured in TEST Magazine

Is Visual Programming going to revolutionise “Codeless” Test Automation? Our very own Duncan Brigginshaw takes a look through his awesome new Whitepaper, which is available to download from Test Magazine.

Scriptworks joins the Sauce Labs Technology Alliance Partner Program (TAP)

LONDON, November 12th, 2018 — Scriptworks a SaaS platform with a simple and intuitive visual test authoring interface for automated testing announced that it has joined the Sauce Labs Technology Alliance

AI vs really “Tough”​ test automation!

The basics are pretty straightforward, click this, enter data into that… There is more often than not a reliable strategy to find a UI element and interact with it. So…

Invest in AI or discipline your Devs?

I love the recent progress in AI and its application in test automation. As a tech nerd and computer science graduate it’s fascinating (it’s a techy thing). But I’ve also

Is AI based Test Automation the new Capture-Replay?

Test Automation is ‘broken’, it has been for years. Even today, 25 years into the evolution of a discipline, 20-25% automation seems like the industry norm, so why? Fundamentally it’s

Scriptworks is going to StarWest 2018

Odin Technology are proud to be Official Sponsors of #StarWest 2018 in Anaheim, CA. We will be showcasing our new product: https://scriptworks.io “An elegantly simple visual script development environment for Web,

Google v Captcha – the AI arms race

So how many of you geeks have tried to break the internet? Well, Googling “Google” won’t do it (despite my kids thinking it will). Well I did my own thought

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