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Stamplay

Today we have an interesting example of an enterprise platform that both Business and IT people can use with ease. It’s called Stamplay and, unlike most of the apps in our rubric, it’s a SaaS, Software as a Service. This app eliminates coding with its low-code solution easily implemented by business users, yet protected, managed and secured for IT. We had to mention it in our blog because the service itself is awesome but at the same time, it contains some noticeable, nasty bugs. Enjoy!

Defects of UI
Expected result:
UI elements should not overlap one another.

Actual result:

Data in the placeholders is partially hidden by a scroll bar.

Severity:

Minor

Environment:

Windows Chrome 66.0.3359.139

No notification when mandatory fields are empty
Steps to reproduce:
  1. Go to the “Webhooks” tab.
  2. Click “Create” button without filling any fields.

Expected result:
The notification about mandatory fields must be displayed.

Actual result:

Nothing happens.

Severity:

Minor

Environment:

Windows Chrome 66.0.3359.139

“Connected apps” tab is empty even when a user has some connected applications
Steps to reproduce:
  1. Go to the “Flow” tab.
  2. Сonnect to one of the proposed applications.
  3. Go to the “Connected apps”.

Expected result:
Newly added application should appear in the “Connected apps” tab

Actual result:

The “Connected apps” tab is empty.

Severity:

Minor

Environment:

Windows Chrome 66.0.3359.139

Why did we choose this application among all others? Why not to? The service is pretty handy, I use it myself, and I can't say anything really bad about it. There should be more of the simplistic solutions like this one that let you create the whole projects will a fraction of how much effort you would put into a hand-coded one. But even Stamplay has some irritating things in it, and we couldn’t leave it unattended. Good thing we have an entire rubric devoted to this!
Anna, QA

Anna, QA

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