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Responsive Web and Adaptive Web: The Pros and Cons

Both responsive web design (RWD) and adaptive web design (AWD) enhance the user experience across different devices. But digital teams ramping up their web development and test coverage efforts should bear in mind the key differences between RWD and AWD. RWD uses one layout and scales down website elements to fit the screen. Conversely, AWD doesn't use a single layout that changes with each screen size, but rather multiple layouts designed for various screens. This

Responsive Web: Five Testing Considerations

With more and more consumers expecting to shop, bank, work and socialize across different devices, organizations are embracing responsive web design (RWD) as a tool to help them deliver a consistent digital experience on every screen. Growth of cross-device transactions (Source: Criteo's State of Mobile Commerce Report) But due to the complexity of digital environments and user experiences -- responsive web is easier said than done. Organizations that develop RWD sites often face challenges when

2016 Will Be the Year for Wearables, So Test Wisely

You don't have to look far to see the digital transition in practice. Airlines, banks and retail giants are making their products available on various digital platforms to satisfy their customers, grow their business and compete in a challenging market. Wearable devices are the newest contributors to the "digital experience" and will continue making progress in 2016. According to an IDC report, basic wearables such as fitness trackers are growing by 76% year-over-year, while smart

Leveraging Real Network Conditions As Part Of The Continuous Quality Processes

As the digital experience becomes key for organizations to offer end-users and a high user experience based on mobile moments, it is important to understand the environment in which mobile apps are "living" in.   We have taken to calling a mobile app's environment as a wind tunnel - many different conditions and "states" occur, causing mobile apps (Web and Native) running on various screens (Smartphones, Tablets, Wearables) to behave differently with functionality and performance

HP and Perfecto Mobile: A Proven Approach to Enterprise Mobile ALM

In the challenging and complex world of enterprise IT, successful implementation of a mobile ALM solution requires much more than great technology (although that certainly helps!). Integration, business processes, security and compliance are just a few of the factors that can either make or break your deployment. HP and Perfecto Mobile (an official part HP’s IT Performance Suite) have developed a best practices approach for deployment of mobile ALM within an enterprise's IT environment. Reflecting