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Emulators Versus Physical Devices: Which is Better?

Emulators Versus Physical Devices: Which is Better?

When it comes to mobile testing, developers have two choices: emulators versus physical devices. Emulators/simulators are software programs that mimic a device’s features. These are virtual devices that act like real smartphones, tablets or other mobile devices. While typically lumped together, simulators and emulators are slightly different. Essentially, emulators mimic the outer behavior of an […]

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Top 10 Web Application Vulnerabilities

Top 10 Web Application Vulnerabilities

Scanning for web application vulnerabilities involves setting up a program that communicates with your system’s web application via the website’s front end. Next, this scanner program interacts with the back-end databases and other resources. Essentially, the goal of this program is to determine if there any vulnerabilities in the web application or architecture. Notably, identifying […]

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What is the Definition of Biometrics?

What is the Definition of Biometrics?

Biometrics is a pretty straight-forward term: bio = life and metrics = measurement. Therefore, the definition of biometrics is simply the measurement of life. More specifically, biometric is the measurement of different biological components unique to each individual to confirm identity. Though the primary function of biometrics is identification and access control, some biometric technology […]

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50 Shades of QA

50 Shades of QA

Quality assurance in general – and software testing specifically – can come in many ways, shapes, or forms.  Several QA firms offer rigid, pre-defined QA solutions to their clients. However, consumers are frequently saying ‘no’ to this take-it-or-leave-it approach in lieu of a much more customized solution. QA Solutions for the Modern Software Developer Software […]

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Why You Must Perform Cross-browser Testing

Why You Must Perform Cross-browser Testing

Everyone has a preferred browser that they use on a daily basis. For example, many business people prefer Google’s Chrome and Mozilla’s Firefox browsers over the traditional Internet Explorer or its current incarnation, Microsoft Edge. These preferences are personal, but usually involve criteria like how fast it loads browsers or performs online searches. These differences […]

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