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Watch Out the Working of Game Testers in a Game Testing Company!

October 4 2017, 10:29am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

The game testers must possess high levels of computing expertise, analytical competence and critical evaluation of skills due to the involvement of interactive entertainment software.

Role of a Game Tester

The role of a game tester is crucial for the success of the Game Testing Company. A tester is offered with a complete version of a game in order to find glitches in it. It is the responsibility of a tester to check every nook and corner of the game for finding out the bugs. The uncovered errors during mobile game testing phase are noted out. These errors may be bugs, logic errors or level bugs, art glitches.
The ranking of the bugs is done according to their estimated severity:
· ‘A’ Bugs are critical bugs that cause many issues, such as game crashes that prevent it from being shipped.
· ‘B’ Bugs require the necessary attention and are equally dangerous as an A Bug.
· ‘C’ Bugs have minute problems which are often reflected in the form of recommendation rather than bugs.

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E-Commerce Website Testing- Covering All The Perspective!

September 26 2017, 08:47am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

ecommerce website testing

The success of E-Commerce websites depends on the proper functioning of these factors and ensuring that these essential factors do not have any bugs in it. 

The home page of an E-Commerce website comprises of a rich source of information and links that are directed to different pages. Hence, it is important to test the functionality and interoperability of the homepage and verify all the graphical components and details of the page. 

Also, you must keep in mind while testing ecommerce website Quality Assurance to show commitment to deliver your quality E-Commerce product to your customers. 

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Tips to improve effectiveness of Test automation & ROI Testing

April 5 2017, 11:09am

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In today’s era, most of the enterprises and QA managers are adopting automation testing to speed up the test time to market and thereby enhancing the software quality. Automated testing tools are capable of executing the test cases, reporting the outcomes and comparison of results with the previous test runs. Tests that are once carried out with these tools can be run repeatedly. For more information click here.

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Some of the major key factors to create a test automation framework

March 20 2017, 06:17am

Posted by BugRaptors

Test Automation Framework Design is defined as an organization’s way of doing things or a structure that is created to provide support to an entity that could further expand in future. In the software domain, it is a widely accepted practice to follow a set of standards that would lead to successful execution of software projects. The scripts are designed and executed within a test automation framework. Read more info at - http://www.bugraptors.com/major-key-factors-create-test-automation-framework/

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An introduction to PhantomJS: A headless browser for Automation Test

January 4 2017, 11:12am

Posted by BugRaptors

A headless WebKit which offers native and quick support for a number of web standards. PhantomJS is scriptable with a JavaScript API and permits webpage capturing, pages manipulation, access to the file system and page settings.

PHANTOMJS

Also it contend with mobile Webkit, which supports touch events.

Read More Here at http://www.bugraptors.com/introduction-phantomjs-headless-browser-automation-test/

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Introduction To Selenium 3.0: An Upgradation Using GeckoDriver

December 7 2016, 10:38am

Posted by BugRaptors

Selenium 2.0 was released in 2011 and introduced the new WebDriver APIs that encouraged everyone to start moving to them. Selenium 3.0 is a simple drop-in upgrade version if you're currently using the WebDriver APIs.

Selenium 3.0

None of the WebDriver APIs have been changed, and the code is essentially the same as the last 2.x release. Even if you're using Selenium Grid, the same applies: in most cases, you can just drop in the new JAR, and you're done.

Read More Here at http://www.bugraptors.com/introduction-selenium-3-0-upgradation-using-geckodriver/

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How to use Jenkins tool in software testing & what are its features?

November 9 2016, 09:12am

Posted by BugRaptors

Jenkins is an open source tool which is simple, extensible, and user friendly. It performs continuous integration and provides CI services for application development. Its basic functionality is to execute a list of predefined steps. It continuously builds and tests the software keeping the track of execution and status of jobs, so the users and team members can regularly obtain the most latest stable code. It supports SCM tools such as CVS, Git, AccuRev and so on and can build Freestyle, Apache Ant, and Apache Maven-based projects.

Read More Here at http://www.bugraptors.com/use-jenkins-tool-software-testing-features

How to use Jenkins tool in software testing & what are its features?

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Introduction to JMeter & How to View JMeter Test Results in Real-time?

November 3 2016, 12:03pm

Posted by BugRaptors

What is JMeter ?

The Apache JMeter is completely Java open source software. It was first developed by Stefano Mazzocchi who was working for Apache Software Foundation, designed to load test functional behavior and measure performance. You can use JMeter to measure the performance of variety of services or web applications. Performance testing means testing a web application against concurrent & multiple user traffic and heavy loads. JMeter originally is used for testing FTP application or Web Application. These days it is used for database server test, functional test etc.

Read More Here at http://www.bugraptors.com/introduction-jmeter-view-jmeter-test-results-real-time

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Return of Investment for Automated Testing

June 22 2016, 09:23am

Posted by BugRaptors

Test automation is often seen as a way to reduce the cost of the testing. It increases the test coverage, effectiveness of the testing and reduces the testing cycle. Many organizations consider automation testing as a vital step in establishing a mature Q&A program. But, manual testing can never be ruled out completely.

Return of Investment for Automated Testing

Automation testing is more costly than manual software testing, but this higher cost is a long term investments for your automation. Automated testing is a solution to a common business problem. And how to make high quality software with complex technology under competitive pressure. Automated testing provides the cost-effective solution to this problem.

Read More here : http://www.bugraptors.com/return-of-investment-for-automated-testing

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