This year we introduced an Alyvix YouTube channel to complement the written Alyvix user guide. It now contains a number of videos that explain how to monitor specific tasks as well as explaining background knowledge about the building blocks you can use to create your own Alyvix test cases.
Alyvix’s YouTube video channel complements the existing written user guide not only in terms of how content is presented, but also in allowing you to quickly view a relevant video while reading the guide. Here, clicking on the special “play” icon while reading the guide will take you directly to the relevant video:
The Alyvix YouTube video channel joins our existing Slack channel and Twitter account as ways to learn about Alyvix, get in touch with us directly, or get the latest announcements like when new releases occur.
You can view any of our Alyvix videos by title, or follow one of our playlists if you have a particular interest. Here’s how we’ve organized our video channel:
Videos in this playlist are focused on using Alyvix with a specific application, or a necessary step when interacting with a wide range of applications. They offer concrete solutions to problems that many Alyvix users will surely face fairly often, with each step explained. They also present best practices to help you avoid problems and improve your test case efficiency.
To date we’ve produced the following production system videos (you can find a summary of each one here):
Videos in this playlist will help you learn how to use Alyvix better, despite the project you are currently working on, and explain how Alyvix works under the hood, so you can better understand its outputs and results. Each one is based on a simple, toy example so that the underlying issues aren’t obscured by complexity.
Videos in this category typically center around a specific Alyvix module:
Be sure to check out the Alyvix YouTube channel if you’re looking to improve your fluency with Alyvix, you’ve got a real-life problem you need Alyvix to solve, or even if you already know Alyvix well, but just need to see what we’ve put into the latest version. And don’t forget the Alyvix Server playlist as well!