Collaboration is an aspect that every organization strives to achieve and it does not come easy. Especially, if you refer to big enterprises where employees work from different geographies in order to support a common project.
Software testing is an essential process for developing the perfect app. But, as a software tester, it is essential to have certain skills which in turn will help with testing the applications better.
Software development is advancing by the minute. With a plethora of technological advances, developing software has become simplified. Every SDLC(Software Development Life Cycle) is aided with the help of debugging and testing.
The human body is a combination of different systems most of which are independent yet, working together as one. Each system has a specific functionality of its own. All the organs with a multitude of other supporting frameworks form a fully functioning body.
With the introduction of Angular JS, Google brought a paradigm shift in the world of web development. Gone were the days when static web pages consumed a lot of resources and resulted in a website that is slower to load and with each click on a button
Accessibility testing means to make sure that your website is user-friendly for the users with disabilities like hearing, color blindness, old age and other disadvantaged groups. It is a subset of usability testing.
The advancements in technology have paved the path for better user experiences. A staggering 2.5 billion people use smartphones today. The apps built for these smartphones are capable of providing sophisticated and tailored user experiences
Gone are the olden times when the more you scaled your application, the further your tests were complicated. At present, every QA team aims to cover a maximum number of functional tests in the least amount of time, thanks to parallel testing.
The job of a quality analyst is not at all easy. They are often disliked by developers since no one likes someone telling them that their code has a bug. But the job of a QA is quite interesting and very important in the software development life cycle.
The answer is yes. Some may think, “well, it’s all software testing, so what’s exactly different?”. However, the differences are significant. Microservices are not the same as monolith software solutions.