Cross browser testing is not a new term for someone who is into web development. If you are developing a website or a web application, you would want to run it smoothly on different browsers.
The development of web applications is becoming more and more dynamic. Big and small enterprises are rolling out web applications and upgraded versions in very short intervals.
Test automation, or automation testing as it’s called popularly, is not as easy as it sounds. All permutations and combinations of all possible user interactions have to be considered and based on that you would have to create a test script to validate your web application over numerous browsers + OS combination.
Hello, Testers! Ever since the inception of LambdaTest, we have been rigorously working on polishing our platform to make your overall cross browser testing experience better.
Functional testing of a web application or a website is one of the most essential phases of SDLC(Software Development Life Cycle) and who would know it better than we do.
It has been a while since the concept of CSS Preprocessor made its debut into the mainstay of front-end web development workflow and changed the way we code CSS.
I recently encountered a question from one of the clients, and the questions were, “What do you think is the most important metric for building a Cross Browser Testing strategy?
One of the most fundamental and crucial interactions while Selenium automation testing is done by automating click operations over elements on a web page. We facilitate the click interaction using a method called Selenium.click().
Your website may look different to people belonging to different geolocations! So, is it important to perform geolocation testing? Absolutely!