Useful browser extensions for a tester21.07.2022
Regardless of the type of browser and ease of use, its performance can always be improved by installing extensions that improve performance, increase security and even serve as entertainment. Such (and more) extensions will be discussed later in the article, which aims to familiarize you with the most popular extensions of various browsers, which will be useful for both beginner testers and experienced QA gurus.
Usability testing of web forms05.07.2022
Usability web form testing has an important meaning in the testing process because the product’s friendliness, comprehensibility, and ease of use are among the main characteristics of quality software for the user. By making the form convenient, friendly and as simple as possible, one can gain the trust and increase the number of users satisfied with the product.
iTunes as a useful testing tool28.06.2022
iTunes is a useful tool for a tester and an ordinary user too, as it allows to perform different manipulations with a device and its data. We have looked through it in the article above, nevertheless, these are not the only way to use it. It is worth mentioning that there are free and paid versions of this application (such as iTools, iPhone Tunnel Suite), that allow to perform similar tasks.
VPN on mobile devices: objectives, settings, uses14.06.2022
VPN is based on the principle of creating a network tunnel through which data will transfer from a user to the site or the service and the other way around using encryption that will change the data during the input and return them to their initial position at the output. Besides, VPN protects not only the transferred data but also the client’s location and other private information.
Virtual machines and os emulators07.06.2022
Virtual machines or emulators are one of the most important if not essential tools for testing that simply ease the testing process by allowing to check the performance of the applications and sites by using a lot of different devices and operational systems.
The concept of cookies, cache and browser session31.05.2022
Cookies, cache and browser sessions are concepts every tester faces working with web applications. As a result, a lot of questions appear related to them. In order to understand the general idea of cookies, cache and browser sessions, it is necessary to define their terminology, scope of use, and learn how to use these data, depending on the chosen browser.
Manual testing vs Automated testing24.05.2022
Both types of testing have their both advantages and disadvantages. Real projects often use a combination of manual and automated testing and the level of automation depends on both the type of project and the characteristics of production processes in the company. The combination of both types is the perfect way to get the most out of testing.
iTools as a testing tool: a review13.05.2022
Although iTools is not an official program of Apple, it is a great addition to iTunes, which with its functionality can simplify and make life easier for owners of Apple devices.
ITools is an integral part of any iOS device owner’s arsenal. It is easy to use and work with media files. The program has a large number of different tools and features and can be a great replacement or addition to the iTunes program.
Severity and priority. Examples of the bugs with high severity and low priority and vice versa29.03.2022
The organizations using different tools for tracking defects and related processes make these instruments the common tracking system between various management levels and technical staff. Every bug has the «Severity» and «Priority» attributes. Sometimes it seems that there is no difference between these two notions, or it is not apparent. But the severity relates more to the technical part and the priority to the organizational one.Tags: self-training,