Using lightweight CSS frameworks to create responsive websites and web applications can significantly reduce delivery time. CSS frameworks have been around for a long time and are now widely used by front-end developers.
Modern browsers are equipped with all sorts of functionalities, i.e., from bookmarks to GPS location tracking, developer tools, and more. Almost all the modern web browsers have immense capabilities – Firefox has inbuilt screenshot capabilities, Opera has a free VPN, and Edge comes with in-built support for displaying ebooks with EPUB extension.
CI/CD enables developers, engineers and DevOps team to create a fast and effective process of packaging the product to market, thereby allowing them to stay ahead of the competition.
‘Data is the new oil,’ the ever-green quote by Humbly becomes much more relevant if the right methods are used for making the most out of the data. There is a plethora of information (read data) available on the internet, and acting on the right set of data can reap significant business benefits.
Discovering modern CSS techniques is one of the best ways to spruce up the overall web design process. If you’ve been working with CSS, you might have encountered a few layouts or cross browser compatibility issues.
While performing UI automation testing on a webpage, we all try to work with the web elements such as buttons, texts, etc. Interaction with the WebElements in the DOM is made possible with the help of Selenium locators.
If you think your users primarily use desktop computers to do their online shopping, it is time to rethink the importance of mobile experience for e-commerce websites.