How to create a good test plan

How to create a good test plan

Software testing is the process of evaluating and verifying a software program or application —with the intent of preventing software defects, reducing development costs, improving performance, and delivering a superior…

Testing for intuitive design

Testing for intuitive design

Apps are essentially technology products—products that aim to solve a problem for users. Design is a salient feature in all apps; it is how users understand, interact, and us…

Testlio Network tester Networked testing from a remote tester’s point of view

Networked testing from a remote tester’s point of view

In an agile environment, QA is embedded as early as possible in the app design and development process. Because agile testing happens fast and often, it helps create a better…

Modern apps testing How burstable testing benefits modern apps

How burstable testing benefits modern apps

Modern apps are lightweight, built on microservices architecture, and routinely updated through agile development practices. Through them, software solution providers can deliver high-quality value to their customers and users in…

How remote software testing empowers modern QA teams

How remote software testing empowers modern QA teams

The trend towards software development teams working outside of a physical office location has been accelerated by COVID-19. To manage the shift, organizations are adopting new ways of maintaining t…

4 Tips for creating effective test strategies

4 Tips for creating effective test strategies

The main focus of software testing is to prevent issues from reaching end-users. To achieve that, smart test managers and testing teams employ several techniques to increase test coverage and…

Difference between testing mobile apps vs web apps vs desktop apps Testing desktop, mobile and web applications: what’s the difference?

Testing desktop, mobile and web applications: what’s the difference?

Software applications have seen exponential diversification over the past two decades, not only in terms of what can be done with the software but also in terms of how far…

Sanity testing vs. smoke testing What is Sanity Testing and how is it different from Smoke Testing?

What is Sanity Testing and how is it different from Smoke Testing?

Sanity Testing and Smoke Testing are widely used terms in software testing.  Sanity Testing is carried out when a small change such as a bug fix has been made, to…

When to use functional testing vs. regression testing

When to use functional testing vs. regression testing

Any software product that passes through a quality check undergoes both functional testing and regression testing. These two types of tests are an integral part of the testing process, but…