Salesforce is a leader in the CRM space because of its customizable implementation options and integration capabilities with other applications. However, Salesforce testing that incorporates the cloud, security standards, Apex programming, web services, etc. calls for a comprehensive QA strategy.
A Lightning Web Component or LWC is a lightweight framework by Salesforce. Being a member of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), Salesforce encourages the development of web standards on the Lightning platform. Below is a quick guide, put together by our engineers to help you test Lightning Web Components.
Smartphones, smart speakers, smart cars, smart coffee makers - everything around us is coming to life and becoming intelligent. Advanced technology like artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) fuels the most exciting innovations of today, from self-driving cars and virtual / augmented reality to automated investing and improved medical imaging.
SaaS platforms have been on the rise for some time now. From professional endeavors to leisure activities, more of our experiences are shifting towards a virtual delivery. And because immediate access from any location makes the shortlist for any software system, consumers often choose SaaS applications over on premise software systems.
Expectations from your development cycle never slow down. Your team must deliver deployments faster and produce stronger product quality in order to remain competitive in the market and maintain relevance with consumers. But how can your team succeed when your resources are consistently constrained?
The good news is that your QA team can do more with less. When your team invests in software testing automation tools, you can expect to boost effectiveness, efficiency and test coverage within your testing process.