Posts Tagged: Web Applications

Optimize Quality Coding with Automated Testing

Throughout 2017, Chrome, Firefox and Safari released browser updates at least six times. As browsers update every 45 to 90 days, legacy and newly-released websites need to be tested for compatibility and performance. Rather than composing creative and engaging new content, developers and QA teams can be distracted by the need to manually test for… Read more »

Study Finds Web Apps Are Often Weak Links in Security Strategies

As browser-based applications continue to mature and offer new features that rival those of native apps, more organizations are using custom web apps to help manage their day-to-day operations. Although these web apps are powerful tools in the modern business ecosystem, they may also constitute security risks according to a recent study conducted by multinational… Read more »

Selenium IDE Makes Browser Test Automation Even Easier

In our last blog entry, we discussed the virtues of using a powerful tool called Selenium WebDriver to automate tests for browser-based web applications. This open-source tool allows developers and QA teams to write automated test scripts for today‚Äôs leading web browsers in a variety of programming languages such as Java, Python, Ruby and PHP…. Read more »

Automate Web Application Testing With Selenium

Since responsive web design made it possible for developers to create websites that can function effectively on any device, browser-based web applications have become increasingly popular alternatives to native apps on iOS and Android. In order to stay in step with the latest updates on popular browsers like Chrome and Firefox, these web apps typically… Read more »