The internet’s popularity is one that is difficult to exaggerate. It has penetrated every segment of society and is now a staple of daily lives for billions of people around the world. This inarguable fact means that web developers and designers must always be on their toes to ensure that the websites they develop are enjoyable and functional across a plethora of devices, platforms, and viewports. This requires a well-organized cross browser testing strategy to deliver a robust and competitive product to the market.
Cross browser testing is a process of testing a website or web-app across numerous browsers, browser versions running on different operating systems. The primary reason for performing cross browser testing lies with the differences between rendering engines of different browsers.SEE MORE →
The number of browsers used by your customers may vary from hundreds to thousands, depending upon which browser version they are using, or which device they are using it from? Are you getting majority traffic from mobile browsers or desktop ones? Are you targeting the right browser with respect to geographic locations of your targeted audience?SEE MORE →
With so many options available in the market, the user always remains in a dilemma about which tool to use. Read this blog to ease your problem and learn how to use tools like LambdaTest to perform cross browser testing.SEE MORE →
As it is nearly impossible to achieve 100% test coverage (unless and until your product has very simple requirements & implementation), the test team should come up with test cases/test suites that can help in testing the core functionalities of the product, thereby achieving the best coverage results. Learn how Pairwise Test technique can help you with better test coverage.SEE MORE →
Cross browser testing is considered a vital part of every front-end website testing plan. A master front-end testing plan should incorporate precautions required to reduce time, effort, and money. Read the blog to understand the implementing cross browser testing in a better way!SEE MORE →
With the customer’s attention span getting shorter with time, they won’t hesitate to press the back button on their browser if a site seems faulty. Even though the goal sounds simple, there are many obstacles the entire QA team has to sort through to increase the responsiveness of sites and web applications. Read more and know the top challenges and learn how to solve them.SEE MORE →
By performing cross browser testing, you aim to eliminate UI discrepancies for maintaining a browser-compatible website or web application across a variety of browsers. Let’s talk about the tips and hacks that will help you attain your cross browser testing goals.SEE MORE →