Always Be QA’ing – It’s a Process, not a Milestone

The web is not a static place. Pages and sites are being added and removed constantly. Services stop working. Your position and product or service focus changes over time. You need to account for this in your day-to-day processes. Yes, it is important to QA your website or web app before you launch, but you… Read more

How to debug JavaScript (or CSS) on Android

Last week, we looked at a contrived JavaScript issue on iOS to demonstrate how to debug it. Today, we’re going to take a similar look at Android. Please note, this technique will only work with Android 4.2 or above. Please see Additional Resources at the bottom for other versions of Android. 1. Install the ADB… Read more

How to debug JavaScript (or CSS) on iOS

Sometimes you run into an issue where a web page won’t display correctly on iOS. Since mobile devices don’t have robust debugging tools, you can’t easily troubleshoot issues on the devices. The solution is to use Safari’s Web Inspector and today I’m going to walk you through how to set this up and debug an… Read more

Welcome to the QAtab Blog

This is the inaugural post of the QAtab blog and I wanted to take the opportunity to welcome you. The blog for a SaaS app provides a way to teach, inform, and communicate and I’ll be using this space to do all three. In the coming weeks, you will find articles to teach you how… Read more