Popular screen resolutions from http://www.w3counter.com/globalstats.php Responsive design testing is critical when you’re building a responsive site. However, this testing takes a lot of effort due to the large number of devices and resolutions. Today we’re going to take a brief look at some techniques you can use to make this easier.
http://www.quirksmode.org/blog/archives/2014/01/browser_stats_f_7.html Some general trends in web browser usage – keeping an eye on this can help you make decisions on where to focus your development and QA efforts in the absence of more specific information for your audience. Curious to see how big mobile usage is in Nigeria and India. Definitely something to keep in […]
There are 3 main approaches to mobile QA: Use a physical device Use a local emulator Use a hosted service We’ll discuss all three options and then focus on the sorts of things that you should QA on a mobile device which are the same no matter which approach you take for a testing environment.
Now that we have determined what you should QA let’s talk about how you execute that QA on the Desktop. There are 2 main approaches to Desktop QA: Using a hosted service Using a local Virtual Machine (VM) I prefer using a VM because it’s always available and frequently it is easier to test local development, but […]
Your website needs to work on many different browsers and to ensure that it works you need to make cross-browser QA a standard part of your process. This is the first of a multi-post series addressing how to setup cross-browser QA and make it as easy as possible so that you can easily integrate it with […]