Salesforce has introduced the Lighting Web Component as a lightweight framework. Lightning Web Component or LWC is the latest lightweight framework built on web standards. Since Salesforce is a member of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and is committed to creating open web standards, it encourages the development of web standards on the Lightning platform. Our expert engineers have put together a quick guide to testing Lightning Web Components.
There are few industries that have the same level of regulations that the finance domain must adhere to, and launching successful financial applications with little to no errors that are also compliant with these standards is a prominent challenge among banking and financial services software providers.
The demand for faster internet over cellular networks has led telecommunication companies to the creation of the 5G cellular network. Constant innovation is driving cellular companies to continuously adjust their approach to Big Data in order to provide faster cellular connectivity to their customers. How will the 5G network impact the software development life cycle? Our expert engineers have put together a quick guide to 5G networks and how the SDLC will be impacted.
Gone are the days of having to get in the car, drive to your local bank branch, and wait in line for an open teller before getting down to business. Much to the delight of millennials and Gen Z, today you can handle basically every finance-related task online-either through your bank’s online portal, or with their mobile app.
The customer experience begins when a product works. Functional testing is the way to ensure that happens. Since testing affects the overall SDLC, developers must implement functional testing as quickly and efficiently as possible. That means automation. Specifically, automated functional testing tools.
So which tools should you use, and how?
Every delay you incur on the way to market shrinks your potential audience. Being late, or even just being second, means someone else gets the first chance to impress your potential customers with a solution to their problem. You may have the superior product, but if the first application a customer tries is “good enough,” you may never get the chance to prove you can do things better.