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May 15, 2021   |  By Harish Rajora
A long time ago, we started building software, basic calculator stuff. Small, uncluttered, and light software. Then we increased the size, complexity, and dependencies. As the complexities of the software applications increased, the need for software testing became more and more apparent. That was when Manual testing of software applications came into being. Soon, when the software was big and hefty, manual testing became a hectic and time-consuming job too.
May 14, 2021   |  By Pragya Yadav
Cloud-based testing has become quite integral these days. Most businesses have already done the shift towards cloud-based testing. The main reason is – it is faster, inexpensive, flexible, and requires no maintenance. The best part is that we do not own it, can easily lease it from a service provider, can easily scale up and scale down according to requirements and only have to pay for the amount of time we use the cloud resources.
May 6, 2021   |  By Pragya Yadav
In the good old days when we were using a basic phone, the web application used to run on only a desktop. Mobile phones were not so evolved to run a web application in the browser. But today, each of us uses a mobile phone for running web applications and websites. When we are talking about web testing, we mean web applications and website testing in web browsers. Here, we are dealing with the web-based programs accessed by multiple users at a time.
May 5, 2021   |  By Sunaina Patnaik
When we write scripts for one browser, they may not necessarily run on all browsers. It’s a no-brainer. And, we all know that a few browsers can limit certain features. For instance, if we design features that run on Safari on Mac OS, those features may not function across other browsers. To ensure the features run uniformly across various browsers and OS versions that our users have, we should perform multi-browser testing.
May 3, 2021   |  By Harish Rajora
We, engineers, love automation! We love it so much that we devise new ways all the time to incorporate automation in each and every field of software development. Today, automation is like the fuel that keeps the project going and helps us finish within deadlines and allotted budget. But automation is most needed to manage the responsibility of something that is 14.9 billion in number and has become the part and parcel of our lives; the mobile phone. Mobile applications are taking the world by storm.
Apr 28, 2021   |  By Pragya Yadav
Selenium is a tremendously popular automated testing tool for desktop, web applications. Testing on mobile devices is a major requirement that has grown exponentially in recent years. Why has the mobile testing requirement grown so much? The answer is pretty clear. Just look at how dependent each one of us has become on a mobile phone. Today mobile phones are as vital as breathing for us. That is the reason that going without a mobile phone for even a few hours seems impossible for us.
Apr 23, 2021   |  By Raunak Jain
With the increased usage of smartphones in recent years, enterprises and the software industry now have to cater their applications to mobile devices for web testing in addition to desktops. Usually, there are three types of applications that are meant to be used in mobile phones. These are – i. Native Apps: Apps that are written and built using SDKs and native APIs. These can be downloaded from the official app stores. ii.
Apr 23, 2021   |  By Sunaina Patnaik
It’s 2021 and we now have a mobile app for everything. Whether it’s social media, shopping, productivity or fitness, there’s a visible surge in the number of mobile apps and their users. Simform (as of 2019) stated that an average user has at least 40 apps installed on their phones while millennials have around 67 apps. So, there’s a solid reason why mobile app testing is a crucial step in any app development process.
Apr 22, 2021   |  By Sunaina Patnaik
Mobile apps are not just the next (or current) big thing. They have become a part of our lives — in a way, steering our choices and decisions. By merely sitting on our couch, we apply for jobs, manage our projects, talk to our friends, the order in essentials, and even pay our bills. The convenience is unsurpassable, and thanks to the user-friendly functionalities, even our grandparents seamlessly book cabs, play games, and video call us. Mobile apps are here to stay. Imagine the possibilities.
Apr 16, 2021   |  By Sunaina Patnaik
Only a good user interface is capable of delivering a good user experience. And people love user-friendly experiences — it’s a no-brainer. Android developers and testers perform mobile tests to deliver apps that drive a high user retention rate through a great user interface. For applications that have made a place in the market and have some good loyal users, it is essential that they keep their UI upbeat, always. In such scenarios, keeping a check on the UI on every build is imperative.
Apr 12, 2021   |  By Testsigma
We discuss the current state of AI, how AI can be applied in automation, use cases where AI can be applied. We also answer some questions we received from the attendees! Reach out to webinar@testsigma.com for queries, if you have topic suggestions.
Apr 8, 2021   |  By Testsigma
This video describes how to create Test Steps for an Android Test Case in Testsigma.
Nov 27, 2020   |  By Testsigma
Test web, mobile apps, and APIs continuously in simple English language! Testsigma is a cloud based test automation platform for continuous testing teams to speed up delivery. A unified platform for web, mobile apps, and API services, Testsigma lets you write complex tests in plain English & run on a massive real devices' cloud. Here are some highlights:
Aug 1, 2020   |  By Testsigma
Vipul Kocher, among the finest testers of today takes us through AI history, AI bloopers, AI samples, shows us how an ML code looks like and simplifies it all from the perspective of testing!
Apr 3, 2019   |  By Testsigma
An overview of Testsigma, Automation Testing Tool for all!
Mar 14, 2019   |  By Testsigma
Creating Manual XPaths from Appium Desktop Inspector Android/iOS
Nov 12, 2018   |  By Testsigma
The video explains how an Android Native application is automated using Testsigma. This is demonstrated using a simple login scenario of the Wikipedia app. In this demo, we are going to use the Appium Inspector.
Jul 4, 2018   |  By Testsigma
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