Just earlier this month, Apple officially announced the release of a new range of iPhone flagship models for 2018. The new models named iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR comes equipped with a lot of new features, trademark notch, and new headaches for developers.
In the present day, apart from the development phase itself, developers face another major challenge. Even after spending weeks, sometimes months developing a website, most developers have a tough time testing its functionality on all major platforms.
Any product developed goes through the process of testing. With websites, a web developer makes sure to check the functionality on every web browser available. It is done to check for any bugs and offer the user a seamless experience irrespective of the device used to access the website.
As a programmer, we have come across many blogs. Some of them has helped us to get started with a new technology, some have helped us become more proficient in a certain technology
Nowadays when it comes to web design, clients expect a product that is perfect in every manner whether we refer to design, usability, responsiveness as well as speed.
Web development has never been the way it is currently. With more than hundreds of open source tools, libraries, and frameworks, along with lots of online tutorials, one can easily get started and very soon become a successful web developer.
Ever-since the introduction of World Wide Web in 1990, the domain of web development has evolved dynamically from web pages to web applications. End users no longer browse web pages for reading static content.
Gone are the olden times when the more you scaled your application, the further your tests were complicated. At present, every QA team aims to cover a maximum number of functional tests in the least amount of time, thanks to parallel testing.
The age we live in demands for RAD(Rapid Application Development) models where testing provides a sense of relief by delivering a sound quality check. From noting down the test scenarios and developing respective test cases
In the past years, when Internet Explorer dominated the market with 90% usage share, developers used to consider IE as a black box with nothing to do except view the rendered code. However, the present is the age of open source browsers.