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.
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?
Your website may look different to people belonging to different geolocations! So, is it important to perform geolocation testing? Absolutely!
Internet Explorer and it’s newer cousin Edge browsers work only on Windows machines. If you have a Mac device with you and you want to perform cross browser testing of your website on Internet Explorer or Edge, then you are out of luck.
Are you planning strategies to help simplify the execution of your automation scripts for Selenium testing? Selenium is considered as one of the favourites, in test automation frameworks, especially if we refer to the open-source ones.
This article is a part of our Content Hub. For more in-depth resources, check out our content hub on Cross Browser Testing Tutorial. So you have been performing cross browser testing to help eliminate any discrepancy around cross browser compatibility, but have you ever pondered upon the cause of it? Why would your website look … Continue reading Browser Engines: The Crux Of Cross Browser Compatibility
In the past few years, the usage of the web has experienced tremendous growth. The number of internet users increases every single day, and so does the number of websites. We are living in the age of browser wars.
Let’s face it. No matter how perfect we try to make a website, we are bound to make some mistakes. Errors are unavoidable, no matter how minor they are. Which is why we fail to guarantee a bug-free release