Every company wants their release cycle to be driven in the fast lane. Agile and automation testing have been the primary tools in the arsenal of any web development team.
We are witnessing an agile transition through small and big enterprises alike. Without a doubt, Automation testing has become a need of the hour. Selenium automation testing empowered automation tester to expand its test coverage.
Google Chrome is the most used browser as of 2019 (Global Browser Stats). Google seems to continue to hold its position 1 for at least a couple of years, if not more!
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.
Howdy testers? Christmas is just around the corner and we got a little gift for you. Today, we go-live with a new LambdaTest integration for project management tools.
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.
Test automation, or automation testing as it’s called popularly, is not as easy as it sounds. All permutations and combinations of all possible user interactions have to be considered and based on that you would have to create a test script to validate your web application over numerous browsers + OS combination.