Web Developers frequently come across issues where the developed website or web application does not work as expected on certain combinations of browsers and operating systems. Does this mean that enough effort was not spent in the automation testing process?... (More)
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Cross browser testing can be a real headache for a software tester. You may have tested your application on the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, and Edge, but more often than not, some browsers such as Internet Explorer, Opera Mini,... (More)
Cross Browser Testing is done to ensure that a website or an application works as intended not just across varying browsers but across multiple devices and platforms that users are likely to use. There are various tools available in the... (More)
With more and more devices, operating system updates, browsers and browser versions coming out every day – the number of combinations that need to be tested to ensure an application works seamlessly for all users has also been increasing .... (More)