Our 'Testing Process' articles
In a QA testers work day, it can be hard to know what to prioritize. Some items have higher value than others, so how do we choose and avoid overwhelm?
Working out how to test multilingual websites can be challenging. Read our useful tips to help you prepare to test three types of multilingual sites.
Use case testing identifies broken links that stop an end user from completing a desired sequence. This post show how use cases are written and then tested.
Payment Gateway Testing is more than checking if an online payment is successful. Read below about the other important areas that must also be tested.
Cookies are small files which are commonly used to store short pieces of information which is then made available to a browsers session. This post looks at why cookie testing is vital and suggests several test cases for thorough investigation.
Many of the QA challenges faced by software testers can be helped by better planning, scheduling and requirements being updated. Learn more about it here.
What does QA stand for? Quality assurance is more than the act of testing software and reducing bugs. It is a mindset your entire team should be focused on.
Approaching QA as a problem solver helps you to narrow down the search and find bugs more quickly. Learning to filter out areas where the bug cannot be, lets you focus your time and attention on you will find your bug.
Machine learning lets your system identify patterns in data and predict the future using these patterns. A tester’s role is vital in modeling these systems.
Responsive website design is required for any website today. With the number of devices growing at a rapid pace, software teams are facing new challenges.