How can we speed up test cycles? It’s a question that large enterprises and SMBs alike often wonder. Evaluating a system and its components to check whether they satisfy the end-user requirements or not is as important as developing the system itself.
No software can sustain itself in the market without testing – Do you agree? Yes? That’s cool! Testing is crucial in any software development life cycle. With an ever-growing rate of software products, do you know that almost 77% of testers have worked on projects related to web testing in the year 2019?
Writing effective test cases is one of the important actions accomplished by any tester in the Software Testing Life Cycle (STLC). Test cases are the base of your research on any software product.
A bug that is well described has the capability to reduce the time taken to replicate the defect and resolve it. However, the perfect bug description is a skill overlooked by many organizations.
Smartphones have changed the way humans interact with technology. Be it travel, fitness, lifestyle, video games, or even services, it’s all just a few touches away (quite literally so). We only need to look at the growing throngs of smartphone or tablet users vs. desktop users to grasp this reality.
Safari is the default browser on iPads, Macbooks, and iPhones. It lies second on browser preferences right after Chrome. Its 250+ features offer users striking benefits that set it apart from other most popular browsers like Chrome and Firefox.
As software requirements are changing faster than ever, more organizations are adopting agile methodologies to achieve shorter development cycles and accelerated Time to Market (TTM).
In 2019, when Gartner predicted that working remotely will be on high demand, most businesses didn’t agree with the likelihood. But, guess who is working remotely now?
“How do I perform website testing on older browser versions? Is it even necessary?” Have you ever wondered about these questions? If you did, you’re not the only one. At some point, every web tester or web developer ponders on these. And it is logical to do so.
Development teams are always under the pressure to deliver products at a faster speed. But, that doesn’t mean the quality of the product should be compromised as no one likes a buggy web application.