During the course of automated cross browser testing, you might come across scenarios that may not have been thought about during the product development phase.
The growth of Smartphones has fueled the comfort for users to replicate actions like shopping, payments, media consumption, etc., that were earlier done on a desktop or laptop.
As Agile methodology picks pace, tools that enable faster time to deliver software got more prominence. Jenkins, arguably the widely used DevOps automation tool, helps companies achieve the full benefits of Agile methodology.
When it comes to using object-oriented programming languages for development & testing, C# is still considered a good choice by the developer community. MSTest/Visual Studio, xUnit.net, and NUnit are some of the top-most frameworks that can be used for automated browser testing.
If you have a website for consumer products, you must know that some challenges exist only with these websites; one such challenge is ensuring that the functionalities work expectedly across browsers and devices.
Dunelm is a billion-dollar British home furnishing retailer with 169 superstores, three high street stores, and over a hundred in-store coffee shops throughout the United Kingdom.
There are various CI/CD tools such as CircleCI, TeamCity, Bamboo, Jenkins, GitLab, Travis CI, GoCD, etc., that help companies streamline their development process and ensure high-quality applications.
Automation testing has become an integral part of the Agile way of software development. As the application grows, it becomes crucial to have a reliable testing framework to cope with the development velocity, detect the bugs at an early stage, and ensure quality.
Do you know Grids and alignment both these CSS properties are always talked about together? Why? Because of the nature of their existence and the mess alignment creates on different screen devices.