How Modular Programming Makes Testing Automation Easier

How Modular Programming Makes Testing Automation Easier

Testing automation can be a complicated process. Because it boils down to testing engineers creating a software that will check over other software, it only really saves time when the software needing review is stable and has many uniform parts. For example: a website...
How to Update and Test Software for a New OS

How to Update and Test Software for a New OS

When a platform like the iPhone comes out with a new version of their operating system, there are several steps developers and software testing engineers need to take in order to make sure an existing software is still compatible. After all, you’ve already built up...
What is Software Accessibility Testing?

What is Software Accessibility Testing?

Software developers often know that they need to test their software for performance, device compatibility and security, but too often forget about another important type of testing: software accessibility testing. After all, the need for user accessibility may not be...
Onshore vs. Nearshore vs. Offshore Software Testing

Onshore vs. Nearshore vs. Offshore Software Testing

When talking about the location of software testing labs, the terms “offshore,” “nearshore” and “onshore” are likely to turn up. But what do they mean, and how does that information help you choose the right software testing company? These terms are often tied to...
Why Mobile Emulators Aren’t Great for Mobile Testing

Why Mobile Emulators Aren’t Great for Mobile Testing

When developing a mobile app or testing for mobile compatibility, it can be difficult, time consuming and expensive to build a collection of all the mobile devices your testing team will need to test its software. After all, there are tons of mobile devices on the...