The primary goal of testing responsive websites is to ensure a seamless experience across different digital devices. We live in a world where technology has enabled convenience, and we are now dependent on devices to function.
Businesses have already started implementing strategies by developing mobile-first design, progressive web apps, single-page applications, and more. However, with the abundance of digital devices, we need to ensure a unified user experience across the devices, screen resolutions, and platforms.
This can only be achieved if we understand the importance of testing your websites’ responsiveness and developing a strategy to implement the responsive testing process. In this guide, you will learn about developing responsive websites, understanding their importance, challenges, and solutions, and how to scale your responsive websites’ testing.
Here you will learn right from the basics of designing responsive web, understanding viewport tags, CSS elements, and further optimization for better performance, and more.SEE MORE →
You have to make sure that your website is adaptive to different devices automatically, and you’re good to go! But, it is easier said than done. Even while making your website responsive, you’re bound to face certain challenges on the way. Read the blog to know more!SEE MORE →
Google has declared a mobile-first indexing algorithm that prioritizes mobile versions of websites content over desktop websites. So if you want to rank better on Google, which everybody wants, you will need a mobile-friendly website. Learn how to build mobile friendly website in our step by step guide.SEE MORE →
Images can be managed through the viewport tags, but the issue is with CSS, as it does not know what type of image it is adjusting. How do we solve this? Read the blog and learn the techniques to develop Responsive images that are adaptive and reduces loading time.SEE MORE →
The goal of responsive testing is to check if all the website components are adaptive to different screen sizes. Read this blog as we have created a comprehensive checklist to make sure your responsive website testing is a success!SEE MORE →
It’s crucial to check how the website performs before going live, which means testing your website on localhost before pushing it to production. Wondering how to get started with testing your responsive websites locally? Well, we have created a complete guide here!SEE MORE →
Using LT Browser, you can streamline UI UX development, test content placement and alignments, assess visually heavy websites on different screen resolutions, and generate your websites’ performance reports. Learn how the LT Browser assists developers to perform responsive testing faster!SEE MORE →
How do you ensure that your websites are responsive and working fine across different browsers, platforms, and device resolutions? This is more challenging than it seems! Here you learn the difference between cross browser testing and responsive testing and understand the common problem they both solve - User Experience!SEE MORE →