Software development is advancing by the minute. With a plethora of technological advances, developing software has become simplified. Every SDLC(Software Development Life Cycle) is aided with the help of debugging and testing.
2019 is around the corner with the new year bells having almost started to ring in. With every new year, new trends appear in different walks of our life, especially technology, where evolution always seems to be on the go.
Imagine breaking down a single function unit into multiple mini-service units. That is exactly what microservices do to the traditional monolithic architecture. But, there is more to it than meets the eye. Microservices are the go-to solution for all the major software development projects.
With an aim to make the work easier for customers, LambdaTest is constantly expanding. Every day we are bringing new integrations onboard to make the workflow for bug hunting and management as seamless as possible.
Technology is advancing with each passing day, making things available at the fingertips, connecting even the remotest regions and services. This has brought up everything together at the table for the customers, where things are just a click away.
The human body is a combination of different systems most of which are independent yet, working together as one. Each system has a specific functionality of its own. All the organs with a multitude of other supporting frameworks form a fully functioning body.
With the introduction of Angular JS, Google brought a paradigm shift in the world of web development. Gone were the days when static web pages consumed a lot of resources and resulted in a website that is slower to load and with each click on a button
The relevance of RWD(Responsive Web Design) is not only limited to content or marketing strategy, the number of devices on which your website gets properly rendered matters a lot if you wish your website to rank higher in SERPs(Search Engine Result Pages).
Accessibility testing means to make sure that your website is user-friendly for the users with disabilities like hearing, color blindness, old age and other disadvantaged groups. It is a subset of usability testing.