The digital transformation trend provides organizations with some of the most significant opportunities that can help them stay competitive in today’s dynamically changing market.
Every piece of software is unique: different tech stacks, varying coding styles, wide arrays of use cases, and distinct ways in which the software itself will be exercised. Due to this, testing methodologies, be it manual or automated, are also unique.
With the help of well-designed Continuous Integration systems in place, teams can build quality software by developing and verifying it in smaller increments.
A critical component for every business website is a high-quality user interface. A well-designed interface gives the users an intuitive and efficient experience, which positively affects their perception of the brand.
Python is one of the most popular programming languages for Selenium web automation since it provides a simplified syntax and lets you perform more with much less code! Thus, Python and Selenium form an ideal combination to perform web automation testing!
“Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning.” Bill Gates Since the time the pandemic struck the world, mobile applications and websites have become the go-to source for fulfilling all the major requirements (e.g., grocery shopping, bill payments, etc.).
Developers are dealing with cross browser compatibility issues for some time now. The question that always looms in their minds is how we can give the best user experience to everyone despite the differences in the underlying mechanism of the browsers and the features they support?
Cucumber is one of the most popular open-source BDD frameworks that facilitates Selenium test automation. It offers a set of tools that helps us to manage the various scenarios available in multiple feature files.
In today’s ever-evolving digital landscape, apps have quickly risen to become one of the most powerful tools in business success. With more than 3.2 billion smartphone users worldwide, it is no surprise that mobile apps are becoming a de-facto inclusion for digital-first businesses.
Have you ever experienced a 404 error? From an end user’s perspective, a 404 error (or broken link) experience can be a complete turn-off. Apart from annoying end-user experience, broken links (or dead links) on a website can dampen the SEO (Search Engine Optimization) activity.