A user might be operating in front of a mobile screen and a desktop screen, but their expectation changes widely on both devices. A user in front of a mobile device is a little less patient, as they are mostly “on the go” compared to when they are in front of a desktop.
Howdy testers! Hope you had a wonderful spring and an exciting March. Today, we are thrilled to share the most recent updates and feature additions to our products.
In the current world scenario, where websites have become an essential part of any business, you want yours to stand out. While every website is different in its way, what remains unchanged is designing, developing, and launching it successfully.
Innovations in technology have driven the mobile-first approach, emerging as a new approach to exponentially growing mobile traffic. It is an initiative that empowers organizations to increase their mobile visibility through designing a website for the smallest screen first, ensuring a seamless experience for users whatever device they are on.
Today’s websites are a lot different from yesteryears, where content on a majority of the websites is dynamic in nature. The content in dynamic pages varies from one user request to another based on the website visitor’s actions.
Continuous Integration is considered one of the best practices in development where code integrations are done frequently into the code repository rather than waiting to commit a larger version.
Have you ever been asked for credentials while accessing a website on a browser? Let us understand why we are asked to fill up the credentials while accessing a few websites.
One of the most challenging things to do is ‘making the right choice.’ Arriving at a decision becomes even more complicated when there are multiple options in front of you☺.