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Responsive Web Design Testing: The Complete Beginner’s Guide

In today’s age, the use of mobile devices to access the 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 →

10 Worst Things a Critic Would Say About Your Software

It is a typical practice to include the list of known issues with the QA sign off an email.

This helps teams make the right decisions as to:

  • Let the end-users know the problem areas
  • Plan for training accordingly
  • Work on Change Management
  • Include these issues in the help files or documentation, so we provide alternatives, etc.

The list includes confirmed defects that were either deferred or not fixed due to time constraints and such.

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Getting Started with Web Application Penetration Testing

Penetration testing aka Pen Test is the most commonly used security testing technique for web applications.

Web Application Penetration Testing is done by simulating unauthorized attacks internally or externally to get access to sensitive data.

A web penetration helps end user find out the possibility for a hacker to access the data from the internet, find about the security of their email servers and also get to know how secure the web hosting site and server are.

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How To Test Retail Banking System

The title says it all. Today’s article is going to be an all round, “How-to” on testing Retail banking system. Come on along.

Introduction to Retail Banking:

It refers to the banking that executes direct transactions with consumers/customers rather than corporations / companies or other banks.  Continue reading →

8 Important Segments Of Testing eCommerce Websites

E-Commerce Testing – How to Test an eCommerce Website/Application

In today’s world, I bet you won’t find anyone who hasn’t shopped online. E-commerce/Retail is a business that thrives on its online customers. Shopping in person vs. shopping online has many advantages. Convenience, time-saving and easy access to products worldwide, etc.

A good E-commerce/Retail site is key to its success. It must be a worthy counterpart to the storefront. Because, when you go shopping at a physical store, the customer has already made a commitment to visit and might give the brand a chance.  Continue reading →

How to Use Web Accessibility Testing Tools – A Step-by-Step Guide (Part 2)

This article is a continuation to the first one in this series, check it here – Web accessibility testing – part 1. In the previous one, we looked at a few fundamental concepts of what accessibility is and how can it be evaluated using accessibility testing tools.

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The Simple Guide to Web Accessibility Testing (Part 1)

What is web accessibility?

For most users internet usage over the web is a given, but this is not the case when we are looking at a different demographic set with challenges.

It is imperative that websites be accessible, usable and useful to this group of users as well – and it should not differentiate users based on language/culture/location/software/physical or mental ability.

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The Simple Guide to Localization and Internationalization Testing

Learn what is Localization Testing and How to Perform it:

It is very common to find websites that are now available in multiple languages. Global brands have now recognized that the only way to connect and create value is by introducing their business to locals in the language that is truly local.

This process of adapting a product to a different language, region and locale are called localization. A localized product creates more business opportunities and caters for growth and expansion.

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How to Perform Automation Testing of JAVA/J2EE Applications (Part 2)

Generally, J2EE applications are very large and contain several components from front-end screen to back-end database. Automated testing is preferred over manual testing for such large applications due to time and effort saved. Automated testing is typically done with the help of tools and frameworks.

A J2EE application contains several components; please refer to the part 1 of this Java application testing series i.e “Overview of Java applications” for more details.

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How to Test JAVA Applications – Tips with Sample Test Cases (Part 1)

In this tutorial, we will learn the components involved in a Java application and the various types of testing that need to be carried out to ensure a high quality, bug-free application.

This is a three-part series on testing JAVA applications.

  1. In this article, we will learn the J2EE components and Manual testing approach for a J2EE application.
  2. In the second, we will review the Automated testing approach for testing J2EE applications, and
  3. In the third, we will review a comprehensive list of tools that are available for testing J2EE applications.

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