Entries Tagged 'Web Testing' ↓
April 4th, 2017 — Web Testing
The Tester’s Guide to Payment Gateway Testing:
What are the payment processors?
As per Wikipedia, “A payment processor is a company (often a third party) appointed by a merchant to handle transactions from various channels such as credit cards and debit cards for merchant acquiring banks. The payment processor will both check the details received by forwarding them to the respective card’s issuing bank or card association for verification, and also carry out a series of anti-fraud measures against the transaction.”
Some common Payment Gateways are Braintree, Authorize.net, PayPal, Bluepay, Citrus Payments etc. Continue reading →
March 23rd, 2017 — Testing Methodologies, Web Testing
SOA Testing Tutorial:
In this article, we are going to discuss the testing techniques for an SOA architecture.
Current day software are so versatile and prone to handle changing user expectations every now then, a standalone model is not useful.
There is where SOA fits right in as the solution.
That’s the reason why, a lot of companies are adapting or trying to adapt the SOA approach because of its advantages such as; Cost cutting, Business agility, easy maintenance etc. With the upcoming market full of SOA architecture, it becomes necessary for the Modern day testers to get a fair idea on the SOA testing.
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March 16th, 2017 — Automation Testing, Software Testing Tools, Web Testing
What is Protractor?
The Protractor is an automation testing tool for web applications testing; combining powerful technologies such as Jasmine, Selenium Webdriver, Node.js etc.
The Protractor testing tool is an end to end behavior-driven testing framework designed keeping Angular JS applications in mind. Even though that might sound like Protractor won’t work with non-angular JS applications, it does.
It works with both Angular and non-Angular JS applications equally well.
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February 16th, 2017 — Selenium Tutorials, Web Testing
Selenium supports only web-based applications and to open them we need a browser. Selenium can support various browser for test automation.
In this tutorial, we will explain how to set up drivers for the different browsers available in the market.
In current industry, there are only three popular browsers which are widely used i.e. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. However, Selenium supports other browsers as well. To execute our script on different browsers we need the driver of that browser. Continue reading →
November 24th, 2016 — GUI Testing, Types of testing, Web Testing
Beginner’s guide to Test Responsive Website Designs:
In today’s age, the use of mobile devices to access internet has grown and become quite popular. Almost every internet user desires a mobile version of the website.
However, most websites are not as optimized as they should be for mobile devices. The testers should perform a mobile responsive test on the responsive designs. Continue reading →