There are many software products that are built for a global audience. In my tenure as a developer, I have worked on multiple web (website or web app) projects that supported different languages.
With the technology changing every day, it is no surprise that everything that relies on it is also moving fast. Web development is no exception. With constant updates and new trends, web designers are frequently scrambling just to keep up.
Selenium has been widely used in automating web applications as it stands out from other testing tools by providing numerous ways to test those applications. No matter how complex the UI is, Selenium provides multiple options to automate it thereby reducing or completely wiping away the manual effort.
Many developers use multiple font families and font size to have a better representation of a web page. For example, a developer might use the Bold Comic Sans font for titles and Roboto font for the body.
In traditional software development approaches, releases are spread out and recur at intervals for every small feature update or bug fix. This dramatically increases the chances of changes getting coupled at the time of deployment.
Selenium has gained immense popularity as the most preferred automation testing tool. It is being used widely for testing web applications as it supports a plethora of programming languages, operating systems, and browsers.
Howdy testers, amidst the discomfort of too much ‘virtualization’, one of the best news came from WWDC 2020, it was the announcement of all new macOS called the Big Sur which is the first release of macOS 11 series.
Building large-scale web applications take a monumental effort. Testing the quality of these applications requires a whole other level of dedication. From a developer’s vantage point, the focus is on improving the feature set, speeding up the overall performance, and building a scalable product.
Jenkins CI/CD has always been the goto option for DevOps professionals and beginners. It has more than 16,000 stars on GitHub and 6,500 forks. Being one of the oldest players in the CI/CD market, Jenkins has huge community support with more than 1500 plugins to help professionals ship faster through their Jenkins Pipelines.
Hey people! How’s everything going in the testing business? We know it is super hard to keep up the morale of your entire team-high when working remotely. Testing is an ongoing process, and most testers are always on the lookout for ways to improve and optimize their testing process.