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Our blog on browser compatibility testing, web development, and updates

Top 10 Books Every Tester Should Read

While recently cleaning out my bookshelf, I dusted off my old copy of Testing Computer Software written by Cem Kaner, Hung Q Nguyen, and Jack Falk. I was given this book back in 2003 by

Suraj Kumar
January 16, 2018
Manual Testing • Miscellaneous • Mobile Testing •

Our Designing Assistant: Canva

We’ve recently started our blog and with that came the need for various designing tools. For graphic creations we tested various image editing tools ranging from paint to photoshop. However nothing fared better than

Deeksha Agarwal
January 15, 2018
Miscellaneous •

Top 15 Must Have Tools For JavaScript Developers

JavaScript is one of the most widely used scripting languages by the developers and website testers worldwide. Powerful, resourceful, and intuitive, JavaScript comes into action when

Sachin Sharma
January 12, 2018
JavaScript • Manual Testing • Miscellaneous •

Introducing Smart UI Testing and Integration with Asana and Trello

Today, we’ve released our first cut of Smart Visual Testing feature and integration with Asana and Trello. While you were away during holidays, we have been quietly working on some big updates on LambdaTest

Lambda Test
January 11, 2018
LambdaTest Updates •

Machine Learning: If It’s Testable It’s Teachable

Ever wondered how you went to YouTube to watch just a 5 minutes video but ended up there for 3 hours? Or saw an advertisement on some page of exactly the same thing that

Deeksha Agarwal
December 27, 2017
Automation •

Browser Statistics To Decide On Your Cross Browser Testing Needs: Infographic

The question that has been revolving around people’s minds is ‘How to formulate a Cross Browser Testing Strategy’? The answer usually revolves around what are the most popular browsers of your target audience.

Deeksha Agarwal
December 20, 2017
Cross Browser Testing • Infographics •

Write Your First Automation Script In Just 20 Mins!

What Is The Need For Automation? In today’s world, testing can not be efficient without automation. We need automation for avoiding repetitive work, making sure that the time from development to deployment

Nishant Kashyap
December 12, 2017
Automation •

Loadable Components In Selenium: Make Your Test Robust For Slow Loading Web Pages

Being in automation testing for the last 10 years I have faced a lot of problems. Recently I was working on a selenium automation project and in that project everything was going fine until

Nishant Kashyap
December 4, 2017
Automation •

Why Software Testing Is Necessary?- Infographic

Software Testing has been the buzzword in the software industry for a long time. Even after years, its charm still remains the same. So what’s the main reason behind it? Why is it necessary? Let’s explore this in this Infographic.

Deeksha Agarwal
December 4, 2017
Infographics • Manual Testing •

Automating Acceptance Tests For Mobile Apps

From October 2016 to November 2017, Android released 4 major versions and iOS released 9 major updates. Its very good for users but it is problematic for

Deeksha Agarwal
November 15, 2017
Automation • Mobile Testing •