Web & Mobile Testing Tools Blog

  • Our 6 Best Mobile and Web Testing Features of 2018
  • Thursday, December 13, 2018 | experitest
  • With the start of 2019 on the horizon, 2018 looks to have been another banner year for mobile app and web testing. It certainly was for us here at Experitest. We released many new updates and features. These features not only strengthen our SeeTest offering but also our customer’s ability to test their apps.   But before I can tell you that story. I have to tell you this story.   2018 was also a year in which we opened… Read More

  • How to Improve CX by using Smart Continuous Testing
  • Thursday, December 06, 2018 | experitest
  • Continuous testing and digital testing have been gaining attention as of late. It is an area of business that is growing exponentially. With steady growth have come great innovations that have both disrupted and improved the market. Using artificial intelligence in the mobile test development and execution process is one such disruption.   Continuous and smart testing trends   Digital and the customer experience are some of the buzzwords and buzz-concepts we see written about. The world seems captivated by… Read More

  • Microsoft is Dropping Edge – How will this affect your cross browser testing?
  • Wednesday, December 05, 2018 | experitest
  • Cross browser testing is driven by the differences between the diverse browsers that are used by your end users.   The latest rumor from Microsoft is that they are dropping Edge as an independent engine. Edge has been plagued by a number of issues that have resulted in its rejection by users at large since its launch in 2015. Edge’s continued instability has caused it to lose traction and fall into disuse.   This shift could have a significant impact… Read More

  • 7 Mobile Test Automation Methods That Work
  • Wednesday, November 28, 2018 | experitest
  • UI and mobile test automation looks like low hanging fruit. Both may largely free up your teams from having to test manually. If mobile test automation is not used correctly the result will be a low return on your investment.   For example, if your tests are slow to develop, don’t function properly, are hard to maintain and take time to analyze then you will end up with poor results. Capgemini reported in their World quality report 2018-2019 that 52%… Read More

  • How to identify you’re testing on a real device, and why is it even important?
  • Wednesday, October 24, 2018 | experitest
  • Superb UX comes with flawless testing In today’s world, end users have become accustomed to a superb user experience when using their mobile applications. They expect everything to run smoothly, quickly and usefully, on every device they have and under almost every network condition.   This has made mobile and web application testing a critical phase in the app-release lifecycle. Functional problems that were not detected while testing, may result in loss of customers, reputation and revenue to the organization.… Read More

  • Cross Browsers Testing – What does it mean?
  • Sunday, October 21, 2018 | experitest
  • Automating Visual Tests Across Multiple Viewports and Browsers Over the past few years, we have witnessed enterprises pursue “Cross Browser Testing”. Simply defined it is the process of being able to test websites on multiple operating systems, devices, browsers and screen resolutions. Devices and operating systems are more fragmented than ever. It is essential that a website or web application displays correctly no matter how it is being viewed. What any Enterprise wants is their customers and users to enjoy… Read More