Virtual machine deployment. VirtualBox10.05.2023
We continue our introduction with virtual machines. Previously, we have already installed and deployed a VMware Workstation virtual machine. For this article, we’re going to get acquainted with another no less popular virtual machine, which is VirtualBox. So let’s get started.
Virtual machine deployment. VMware Workstation02.05.2023
Let’s start this article with a definition of what a virtual machine is. In simple words, a virtual machine is a special program that is designed to emulate another operating system, or you can say it emulates a new physical computer. This means that we can work with several operating systems on one computer.
Mobile website testing25.04.2023
A mobile-friendly website gives users a better experience than a desktop website because they can view all the information on a small, convenient device. This helps to attract more visitors and also helps to increase the level of user trust in the resource. And this, in turn, has a positive effect on the ranking of the website in search engines and helps to encourage visitors to return again and again.
Payment services testing18.04.2023
We use payment systems almost every day: purchasing stuff online or paying for delivery services in applications or on mail websites. Such payments have become an integral part of our everyday life: shopping at your favorite store, pizza delivery, donating to your favorite RPG game. Any problems that arise during payment cause only negative emotions. Today, payment systems are the most convenient and the easiest prospective means for monetary payments on the Internet. It is not difficult to understand what payment systems are, because we have prepared for you an article about the operation and testing of online payments.Tags: self-training,
Using Postman in testing11.04.2023
API testing is becoming more and more popular. Using it, you can predict how the system will react to a real user, perform the same tests with various sets of input data and take any additional actions by creating scenarios and test data, making the testing process faster and of higher quality.
Android Debug Bridge (ADB) guide:installation and setting on Windows and mac OS28.03.2023
Android Debug Bridge (ADB) is a tool that is extremely useful for testers working with devices running the Android operating system. Despite its not particularly attractive interface, ADB has the widest functionality that allows effective interaction with gadgets.
Testing of push notifications21.03.2023
Push notification is a helpful tool used in many systems. The notification types should take into account the interests of users and it is advisable not to limit users in choosing which type they want to receive.
Notifications are used on different platforms and are user-friendly, as they allow you not to miss important messages, news, and updates. Users receive the necessary information in a convenient form, they can quickly view new messages and respond to them without opening the application itself.
Testing the cart in online shops14.03.2023
Most e-commerce websites have a common theme and structure where the shopping cart and checkout process are the most important parts
The shopping cart is one of the strategic areas to cover while testing. If website visitors can’t add items to their cart, they have no reason to stay. Therefore, test cases should contain all types of operations with the selected element. In other words, the shopping cart functionality must handle calculations that are sometimes quite complex. Since it determines the price of the final product depending on the type of delivery or other services, the smooth functioning of the shopping cart is crucial.
Difference between UI and UX28.02.2023
In this article, we will look at what UI and UX are, what the rules are to create interface design, what influences UX and what is the difference between these two concepts. This terminology is often used in IT, but it has gained the bigger popularity in websites and application development. These terms are often confused, although they are approximately 70 years old. Let’s find out what the abbreviations mean and how they differ.
This article will discuss one of the metrics for evaluating test quality, such as test coverage. This metric represents the density (coverage) of test coverage of the executable program code or its requirements. The more tests are written, the higher the level of test coverage will be. But, you need to understand that there cannot be a full 100% test coverage, as it is impossible to fully test the entire product.