Category Archives: Manual Testing

New Year Resolutions-of-web-tester

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New Year Resolutions Of Every Website Tester In 2020

Were you able to work upon your resolutions for 2019? I may sound comical here but my 2019 resolution being a web developer was to take a leap into web testing in my free time.

January 14, 2020

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Code Coverage vs Test Coverage

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Code Coverage vs Test Coverage: Which Is Better?

Test Coverage and Code coverage are the most popular methodologies for measuring the effectiveness of the code. Though these terms are sometimes used interchangeably since their underlying principles are the same.

December 18, 2019

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13 Ways For Your Functional Testers To Do More Than Just ‘Testing’

This article is a part of our Content Hub. For more in-depth resources, check out our content hub on Automation Testing Tutorial. 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.

November 29, 2019

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What is QAOps

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What Is QAOps? And Why It Matters For Your Web Application?

QAOps refers to maintaining software quality by approaching it with a DevOps mindset. You must have come across the term “DevOps”. DevOps refers to Software Development (Dev) and IT Operations (Ops) and establishes a relationship between development and IT Operations.

November 20, 2019

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9 Methods For Website Testing With Internet Explorer On MacOS

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9 Methods How You Can Test Internet Explorer On Mac

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.

October 7, 2019

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17 Excuses Every Website Tester Should Get Rid Of Immediately

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

July 30, 2019

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The Why & How To Create A Front-End Website Testing Plan

This article is a part of our Content Hub. For more in-depth resources, check out our content hub on Cross Browser Testing Tutorial. Undoubtedly, weak testing phase is going to impact SDLC — and clients may change the perception and place lesser importance in future services. With all the constraints, you need to worry about … Continue reading The Why & How To Create A Front-End Website Testing Plan

May 23, 2019

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Test Verification vs Validation in Website Testing

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Test Verification vs Validation in Website Testing

Verification and Validation, both are important testing activities that collectively define all the mandatory testing activities a tester along with the entire team needs to perform when you are developing a website for either your organization or for the client.

May 6, 2019

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Here is how you setup perfect cross browser testing environment

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Here Is How You Setup Perfect Cross Browser Testing Environment

Development of a website takes a lot of effort. You must be familiar with it if you have developed one. Even if I don’t consider the complexities of JQuery and other famous libraries of JavaScript

April 22, 2019

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Bug Severity vs Priority In Testing With Examples

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Difference Between Severity and Priority in Testing

As a software tester, you’re performing website testing, but in between your software is crashed! Do you know what happened? It’s a bug! A Bug made your software slow or crash. A Bug is the synonym of defect or an error or a glitch.

April 8, 2019

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