If you’re curious to see which bugs most commonly fly under the radar of traditional testing teams, you’re in luck... our latest infographic summarises the results from every Bugwolf challenge in Q1 of 2017 to reveal the most elusive bugs by device, operating system and bug type.
Change is one of the few constants in the world of software testing. An organisation’s ability to stay on the front foot and adapt to evolving development environments and consumer expectations has implications that stretch far beyond the IT department.
Testing against browser update begins with a quality suite of test case scenarios. The purpose is to be prepared ahead of time in order to make certain that testing can move forward even under high demand situations where quick turnaround is required.
Cross browser functional testing is the testing of the functionality of a particular application on different browsers. It is vital to know how a particular application functions on a given browser as different people use different browsers and not all browsers operate the same way.
The increased sophistication of digital technology is changing the Internet. Fewer and fewer people are searching merely for entertainment and people are increasingly using the Internet as a data archive and communications platform. Much of this is due to the advent of mobile devices that link people to the cloud and each other.
Remote user acceptance testing is where testers access a website or application from a remote location. This has certain advantages. For example, testers can “play the customer”, accessing a website using different browsers and/or operating systems to reveal how a website may act on different platforms, say Android as opposed to Windows.