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Accessibility Testing for Beginners

Every business wants to expand the reach of their software application to as many users as possible. Yet, so many applications never reach their potential, simply because the design or implementation of the application didn’t keep every type of end-user in mind.

A Guide to Media Streaming and OTT Testing (Infographic)

According to Statista, there are now more than 230 million digital video viewers in the United States. This growing popularity in digital streaming services has dramatically increased the quality demanded by users, and with so many options available, it only takes one poor experience to push a user away and towards a competitive platform.

Benefits of Outsourcing QA in a Borderless World

QA Team, Outsourced QA | By Timothy Joseph | April 7, 2021

If 2020 taught us anything, it’s that we live in a borderless world. Despite all restrictions on domestic and international travel, we have gained more access to people across the globe—all thanks to the power of technology that’s able to keep up with the speed of our fast-paced world.

And to keep up in today’s fast paced marketplace, location can no longer be a limitation. In fact, it’s become very normal for businesses to outsource certain business functions. Outsourcing allows teams to control costs and focus on their core business while their offshore counterparts focus on their tasks.

A Guide To Payment Gateway Testing (Infographic)

According to Statista, the total digital transaction value is expected to grow in the US by $2,098,515 by 2025. Simultaneously, a rise in data breaches and cyber-attacks are also likely to increase, which can hinder market growth. Therefore, payment gateway testing is critical for ecommerce to ensure utmost data security and a smooth digital payment process.

Behavior Analytics in Cybersecurity

8 Reasons Your QA Team Would Use a Virtual Machine for Automated Testing

QA Team, Test Automation | By Timothy Joseph | March 30, 2021

Automated testing is adapting to the ever-evolving trends in the software industry. More companies are replacing the traditional approach of running automation suites on separate hardware and software with a comprehensive virtual test lab. 

The question still stands: Is virtual machine automation just another fad, or is virtual machine testing worth the investment?

What Are the Limitations of Automation Testing?

We are all restricted by limitations, from the business models we use to every system that guides us through software development and quality assurance. The key is to understand these limitations so that your team can overcome them - and be stronger for it.

A Guide to Robotic Process Automation (Infographic)

Forrester estimates that the RPA market will reach $2.9 billion this year, which shows that the software industry continues to grow at an extraordinary rate. In this infographic, our QA engineers have shared a quick guide to robotic process automation and its tools.

What Is Codeless Automation Testing?

The Best Way to Manage Continuous Integration: Testing and Collaboration

Continuous Integration | By Timothy Joseph | March 16, 2021

If you could create a safety net to protect your product’s user experience, would you? Is it even possible to prevent the possibility of consumers discovering bugs and defects after deployment, all while maintaining speed to market?

With continuous integration QA, your team can get your product to market quicker without the risk of pushing bad code to production. With a well-developed continuous integration process in place, your team can build necessary test components within every collaborative development cycle, removing delay and minimizing risk.

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