Adoption of DevOps and Agile has been one of the biggest trends to be seen in 2017 in the testing domain. A rising trend in the domain of automation testing is leading to more systems being developed in every minute.
Testing a web application can be a very hectic task. With the number of devices and browsers increasing day by day, apart from testing the functionality and performance
When you visit a website, like Amazon, eBay, etc., what is the one thing that makes you stay there? Is it the design, offers, or the fact that you can use it easily and find relevant information or product effortlessly?
The aim of usability testing is very simple, ask participants to test the application, collect quantitative data from the test results and figure out how the application can be improved.
The staging environment is something that is suggested as best practice but considered as a burden. Many of us feel pounded with the thought of extra investment and effort involved to upkeep it.
Ever since the adoption of Agile methodology we have witnessed a debate over the topic of having a dedicated Staging environment for QA practices. In this age of rapid web-app development, creating a staging environment and maintaining is often considered to be a wasteful and strenuous task.
The most arduously debated topic in software testing industry is What is better, Manual testing or Automation testing. Although Automation testing is most talked about buzzword, and is slowly dominating the testing
At one time, testing was probably the most ignored career choice in the IT industry. However, with advanced project methodologies like Agile and DevOps and organizations focusing more on maintaining and improving the
The age of the mobile has already started and it’s still going to rule until any advanced device replace the means of performing our day to day activities. Mobile apps are becoming more matured, efficient and app development
Every major product on the internet is trying to expand their reach to full potential by accomplishing the goal of Web Interoperability. According to which various Web technologies on the World Wide Web should be