Getting Internet Explorer to work with OpenSC: Part 1

This has long been an issue with the Italian CNS cards. OpenSC works on all major platforms, Windows, Linux and OSX but only with Firefox installed on these platforms. While this is actually enough, the general public mostly use Internet Explorer with Windows so this has become problematic. There are some smart cards that do work with Internet Explorer. The opensc-minidriver.dll enables this...
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Selendroid Added

Selendroid has now been added when testing on mobile devices. This was a necessary step since the deprecated Android Webdriver is no longer supported and it was about time that TestingMachine used something a little more up to date. Here is some more information concerning the topic: https://code.google.com/p/selenium/wiki/AndroidDriver#Use_instead. Selendroid also has some pretty neat...
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Piwik: A web alternative to Google Analytics

As a follow-up to our two ( 1 , 2 ) blog posts about analytics, we also want to mention the Piwik project. Piwik, like Countly, gives you total control over its usage, as well as confidentiality of your visitor data. Good luck with your analytics!
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Countly: A mobile alternative to Google Analytics

We recently blogged about using analytics as one approach to testing. Google Analytics is one such tool. However, due to recent revelations about monitoring by the NSA and other organizations, it might be interesting to use an open source analytics tool that can be hosted in-house. One such tool is the mobile analytics platform Countly . Being open source, it can also be specifically...
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Another approach to eGov testing: Using Analytics

This post will take a look at another way that we can gain a greater insight into what is happening between users and eGov services. Using analytics we can supplement our tests by focusing on specific issues or focusing on specific areas where analytical results indicate that something might be amiss.   In our previous post we discussed some of the things to be taken into...
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