With massive competition in the market, every company wants to employ a faster go-to-market strategy. This puts a lot of pressure on both the development and testing teams.
Development teams are always under the pressure to deliver products at a faster speed. But, that doesn’t mean the quality of the product should be compromised as no one likes a buggy web application.
According to StackOverflow’s developer survey, around 30.7% of respondents preferred AngularJS to develop their web applications. These web apps use fewer resources and are faster in comparison to the older static pages.
As per a Walker report, customer experience will have more weightage in 2020 than both price & product, as 86% of consumers will pay more for a better user experience.
WebDriverIO framework is being widely used by the testing community to perform automation testing on both web applications and native mobile applications. The tests performed on WebdriverIO are simple and concise.
Howdy Testers! At LambdaTest, our users are a big part of our journey, as we constantly work towards giving the best experience to our users. While performing cross browser testing, it is essential to keep up with new browsers launched in the market, so that our users don’t lag in their testing efforts.
With so many web design tools in the market, it can be hard to make the right choice. It’s quite easy to get overwhelmed by so many choices, while you try to find the best web design tools for your needs.
While performing Selenium test automation, you’d often come across scenarios where you’d need to handle frames or iframes. Frames are used to split the content into horizontal and vertical splits, while iframes are used to embed content on a web page.
Have you ever noticed that, while scrolling on some website on your mobile devices, scrolling ends up abruptly on some, and on other websites it’s perfect? Isn’t it annoying when you scroll down on a page, and it finishes in the middle of a paragraph or image?
Spreadsheets have become an integral part of our work life. They are a powerful tool and honestly, they make our work easier a lot of times. But, all is not that rosy, despite many benefits, a few recurring problems with the spreadsheet persist.