Every Company Needs a Digital Lab

Every Company Needs a Digital Lab

Mobile Application Testing | Responsive Web Design

Businesses today are rapidly moving towards a digital engagement channel with their customers, their employees, their partners, and their vendors.  This shift to digital is not only driving productivity and efficiency gains, but its disrupting existing business models.  Just think of what iTunes has done to Tower Records, Netflix to Blockbuster, and more recently Uber … Continue reading “Every Company Needs a Digital Lab”

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A Responsive Web Design Testing Strategy Leveraging Selenium Automation

A Responsive Web Design Testing Strategy Leveraging Selenium Automation

Responsive Web Design

Intro to Responsive Web Design- RWD There’s been a clear transition toward developing responsive website design (RWD) over the past few years. This adoption is driven by factors like: Consistent user experience (UX) and display across platforms (mobile, desktop, tablet, etc.) Easy maintenance of the product – write once, deploy anywhere concept Cost savings due … Continue reading “A Responsive Web Design Testing Strategy Leveraging Selenium Automation”

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Test Automation for Windows 10 Surface

Test Automation for Windows 10 Surface

Automation | Digital Experience | Responsive Web Design

About Windows 10 Surface Windows 10 Surface machines are becoming popular laptops, so many enterprises are developing Windows applications for this platform. The default browser on these machines is Microsoft Edge, which has several form factors and can behave as a laptop or a tablet. In short, there’s a lot that’s new and different on … Continue reading “Test Automation for Windows 10 Surface”

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Testing Responsive Web Development Functionality and Rendering on Geico’s Responsive Website

Testing Responsive Web Development Functionality and Rendering on Geico’s Responsive Website

Automation | Mobile Application Development | Responsive Web Design

  Responsive web development requires detailed attention when incorporating testing practices; the same (hopefully) code is intended to render on many screen sizes and operating systems/versions. In addition, HTML5 functionality may assume access to local sensors to drive a richer and streamlined experience, for example, automatic location detection, further complicating the responsive web test strategy. … Continue reading “Testing Responsive Web Development Functionality and Rendering on Geico’s Responsive Website”

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A Week of App Testing Day 3: Mobile Test Automation that Works

A Week of App Testing Day 3: Mobile Test Automation that Works

Automation | Mobile Application Testing | Responsive Web Design

As a part of our weeklong series on “Getting Started with Mobile App Testing” today we look at mobile test automation, and specifically, automation that works. And that’s an important differentiator. When apps fail, close to 50% of developers site a lack of reliable automation as the primary reason (read the report). The pace of … Continue reading “A Week of App Testing Day 3: Mobile Test Automation that Works”

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