Cross browser compatibility bugs are inevitable for any web project irrespective of whatever platform they are using for development. And most importantly, they keep creeping in at every iteration.
With so many options available in the market, the user always remains in a dilemma which tool to use. We are here to ease your problem and to help you how can you use the perfect tool to perform cross browser testing.
Cross browser compatibility is important. Very important. We have established that fact in our previous post on the need of a cross browser compatible website. So the next step is, how to make cross browser
Browsers rule over internet like gods. It’s amazing how a few line of code lets you explore the virtual world with such finesse. I made a bet with my colleague so as to which browser will win the popularity contest in the
Synchronization with latest technologies is what makes you remain visible in the market. For SaaS companies, playing with cut edge tech is the main source of their growth.
Last two decades have seen a tremendous increase in the web. In 1998 there were around 2.4 Million websites, now there are around 1.8 billions. An that is exactly an increase of 74900%. Not just this, the number of
We love PWAs and seems like so do you 😉 That’s why you are here. In our previous blogs, Testing a Progressive web app with LambdaTest and Planning to move your app to a PWA: All you need to know, we have
API testing, a.k.a. Application Programming Interface testing, is the term which has garnered a growing attention in the past five years. It is a staple of any internet based product testing team, used for small stuff like image