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A Responsive Web Design Testing Strategy Leveraging Selenium Automation

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 to specific dev and test skill set and tooling used across the RWD SDLC With the excitement and benefits above,

Testing Functionality, Responsiveness and Rendering on Geico’s Responsive Website

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. The testing matrix becomes sizable, while the time-to-test shrinks from increasing competitive pressure and the transition to agile. In this article I'll