People who involved in software quality assurance are increasingly being challenged to provide a better coverage of the tests. They are often asked to think like the end users, Be in customer’s shoe in order to deliver a high-quality product. One of the best and interesting way to increase your product quality is to do persona… Continue reading Persona Based Testing
Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) is an initiative by World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The main responsibility of the WAI is to work with the global software community to develop and publish guidelines on web accessibility. In 1999 WAI published the first version of the guideline, named Web Content Accessibility Guideline ( WCAG 1.0 ). In 2008,… Continue reading Web Accessibility Standards – What, Why and How to Test?
Visual Studio emulator for Android is a great tool for debugging/deploy Android applications in the windows environment. For me personally, this is a much more convenient android emulator comparing with the Google’s own AVD emulators. Microsoft Visual Studio emulator for android uses the Hyper-V capabilities of the host computer, resulting in a faster launch. So… Continue reading Microsoft Visual Studio emulator – Best in the business ?
Recently when I was researching to find an effective way to do pair testing with developers, this little hidden feature in QuickTime grabbed my attention. Pair testing is little bit difficult for mobile projects – especially when you are working with an on-site team. This particular feature on QuickTime will enable to demonstrate your mobile… Continue reading Pair Testing for Mobile Projects
Homebrew is a package manager for OS X. It is designed for installing UNIX tools and other application on MAC OS. No need of drag and drop the .dmg files to the Applications folder. Homebrew Cask extends the Homebrew capabilities, with this support, it supports to install larger binary files. Prerequisite Homebrew requires to have Command line tools… Continue reading Homebrew
How many apps do you use after its initial download? or in other words, have you ever downloaded an app and delete it after few minutes/weeks. Yes, would be the answer from most of us. Recent study conducted by the 34SP.com ( Full report in PDF ) found out that 20% of people regularly delete apps within just three months of… Continue reading Mobile Application Testing
As mentioned in a previous post, Latest Mac OS is now released to the public. It’s still in the beta version, So we can expect more unexpected circumstances. I had the luxury to install the new operating system on a Mac book Air and the experience was pretty good ( which I will save for… Continue reading Hello El Capitan