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Most Important Website QA Testing Checklist

January 6 2021, 07:44am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

It is necessary to understand that launching a website is not enough if it contains so many errors and gives a poor user experience. To avoid such mistakes, we have prepared a vital website QA testing checklist that you need to know before making your site live. Otherwise, it can cost you many dollars after the launch and maybe not give you the expected results.

A website testing checklist is a pre-planned process or a “to-do” list of activities, in which professionals decide what things need to be tested in the website or web applications. The professionals are the team of developers and quality assurance providers who are very well aware of the testing techniques. Before testing the website, they prepare a checklist to fix the possible defects, deliver the quality to the final product, and ensure to business owners that everything is functional on the website.

The checklist for effective website testing includes:

  1. Functionality Testing
  2. Usability Testing
  3. Performance Testing
  4. Compatibility Testing
  5. Security Testing

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Web UI Testing - A Complete Guide

December 22 2020, 06:53am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

User interface helps users understand what the business is all about, what various functions are contained in the specific software or application, or how it runs. It is the first thing that attracts users to buy products and services when they find a website very friendly and extremely useful for fulfilling their unique requirements.

Web UI Testing Checklist:
  • Test CSS properties of an element.
  • Test font styles such as font color, font size, and font family.
  • Check whether the label test is clearly readable or not.
  • Test validation and error messages. If not displaying correctly, test it again.
  • Check the images – whether it is visible or it is broken, or it contains any watermark.
  • Check the proper alignment of images.
  • Check the content on the website.
  • Check typography errors and fix them.
  • The content fonts on the app should be appropriately aligned.
  • Check grammatical errors or spellings – it should also correct.
  • Check heading tags where you want to display the content.
  • Check data integrity with the database.
  • Check the interlinking of hyperlinking of websites.
  • Check the responsiveness of the website design.
  • Check the formatting, color, and size of the buttons or input fields.
  • Check the usability of an application. For example – the font size used for the content should be accurate for the end-users and the people who read on the website.
  • All the titles & subtitles used in an app should be useful for end-users.
Web UI Testing Tools:
  • Selenium IDE
  • Katalon Studio
  • TestIM
  • Perfecto

Read More about these tools: Web UI Testing Tools

 

 

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Why Web Service Test Automation is Required?

July 1 2020, 08:12am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

Test automation is absolutely crucial to the web services testing process and provides a reliable and efficient base from which to assess function, performance, and scalability of web services. Web services test automation solutions help to know whether a particular web application communicates efficiently and able to gather accurate information from the web.  Web testing services helps in detecting errors timely so that you don’t need to spend your bucks over expensive and complicated repairs. 

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Helpful Ideas To Explore the Types of Requirements for Software Testing

April 27 2018, 10:17am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

Software Testing Service Provider India
Testers need to make sure that they are taking care of all types of requirements. By all types of requirements, it means direct (explicit), indirect (implicit), and latent (extra) requirements.
 
Let throw some light on the types of requirements and their details:
 
1. The explicit requirements noted down(Direct requirements): This kind of requirement is noted down directly from the client discussion and converted into the document of understanding. These are generally shared with the team working on the project, and the designs, wireframes and scenarios are made based on the provided details.
 
2. The implicit requirements(Indirect but obvious requirements): This kind of requirement is generally not provided in the documents, but are obvious requirements expected by the client. These requirements can be related to the security of the application, performance of the application, usability of the application, and availability of the application. Say for instance, there is data to be entered for a firm using the fields ‘Employee Name’, ‘Employee ID’, etc.
 

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Successful Routes Took After By QA To Accelerate The Product Release Process

December 7 2017, 07:04am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

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QA plays a very crucial role in delivering quality software into the market and also helps in organization overall growth.

i) Regression ensures quality in less time: One of the most important methodologies in web software testing is Regression Testing. It a type of software testing which confirms a recent change in code does not affect any existing features.

ii) Automation saves manual time: Test cases can be converted into test scripts(automated) during application development. This helps in increasing overall test coverage along with reducing the manual efforts. It also increases the Reusability of test scripts when the OS or device changes.

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http://www.bugraptors.com/effective-ways-followed-qa-speed-software-release-process/

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Be more Productive with Selenium for Web Functionality Testing

November 20 2017, 07:10am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

Web functionality testing

Numerous browsers, multi-tiered architecture and intricate web technologies together put a twist in the working, as does the cost to acquire the tool that facilitates automation.

Selenium, a powerful open-source tool, facilitates automated functionality testing and has gained substantial admiration off late. This tool executes JavaScript, renders pages, and retrieves webpages in a mockup of human work to check if the website is working well, as it should across various browsers and operating systems.

Ease of Use

Selenium offers an intuitive, user-friendly interface for creation and execution of test suites.

The real task of writing and maintaining scripts with Selenium is also really relaxed. The tool allows ascertaining elements from the browser, making it easy to write the tests using the specific identifiers of the element.

Easy Add-Ons

Selenium is a powerful tool that covers almost all the aspects of web functionality testing. The scope is also increased by the means of various add-on tools. Selenium IDE allows the users to navigate their application in Firefox and record their actions forming tests.

Original Post: https://www10.aeccafe.com/nbc/articles/1/1547468/Be-more-Productive-with-Selenium-Web-Functionality-Testing

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Why Mobile Application Testing needs to be tested in different networks Environment?

August 4 2017, 04:40am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

 

Mobile application testing

There are many mobile network simulator tools available in the market which allow you to test your application in different network conditions. But to see what the users experience in reality we need to test how our application behaves in a perfect network or a slow network. 

Use Network Emulators to test real network conditions

1. Network emulators are one of the best mobile application testing solutions that would assess the impact of network variation on a mobile application’s functionality in a controlled lab environment.

2. Network emulators are perfect solutions for creating different types of mixed or complex networks.

3. There is no need of the cable, aerial masks, mobile devices and corporate networks for achieving the best coverage.

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RanoreX: What Is It?

July 18 2017, 13:30pm

Posted by BugRaptors

Ranorex is a software testing tool that provides test automation for multiple environments, devices and software applications. Allows the users to perform functional testing on desktop, web or mobile applications. It supports various user interface technologies that includes Java, HTML, C#, Flash, Android, iOS and Silverlight.

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Features of Ranorex:

The powerful feature of Ranorex is Cross platform testing. Once the test cases are written, they can be executed on different mobile devices like Android and iPhone.

It offers user interface object recognition model that is reliable and is totally dependent on Ranorex XPath technology.

It provides a tool set that allows the user to automate the UI testing by recording the UI actions without writing any code…


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How To Maximize Test Coverage In Less Time Achieving Fruitful Results

July 11 2017, 13:56pm

Posted by BugRaptors

To make sure everything is tested in the best possible way and the software you ship is the best possible quality. For all such you need to maximize your test coverage. Gathers the details about which parts of a program are actually executed when running the test set to improve the test case efficiency.

Automated software testing services to to maximize test coverage in less time

Few tips that can help you maximize your test coverage:

  1. Understand your business aim: Before test cases designing, understand the point of the software you are going to test. Talk to the end user and try to find what is most important to end users.
  2. Communication: You should talk directly to the developers about what are the new functionalities they are going to deliver with each release. You will get a fair idea to focus your efforts on the next test.

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Top 5 software testing traps & how to overcome them?

January 13 2017, 07:30am

Posted by BugRaptors

Being a software tester, you might face situations that challenge your efficiency and effectiveness as a tester. Testers must be aware of the hurdles, mistakes and traps that they may encounter in their lives. Following are the top 5 traps that you will ever run into in your software testing career and also the ways to overcome those traps.

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Unaware of the Testing Goal

Sometimes you fall into a situation where you have no idea about the new or enhanced features that needs to be tested. So the tester might fail to recognize the goal when a new functionality/ project needs to be tested. However, if one doesn’t understand in the beginning, it might produce concerns later in the execution and planning phase.

Read More: http://www.bugraptors.com/top-5-software-testing-traps-overcome/

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