7 Ways to Prioritize More Successfully During Test Planning

Test planning is an essential part of software testing no matter the size of the project or the team. A test plan ensures product coverage, keeps testing in line wit…

High-Impact Usability Testing That’s Actually Doable

Testlio is all about helping our customers make their customers happy. We believe that when it comes down to it, that’s the point of QA. Getting as much real feedback…

4 Ways QA Can Supercharge Your Release Cycle

Testing is often seen as the biggest hindrance to release. QA is known as the number one bottleneck. It’s the phase that’s always in the way. That’s not really fair,

7 Things to Know about SaaS Application Testing

The Software-as-a-Service model is still on fire, and it will only adapt and evolve from here. Cloud computing allows providers to deliver software in an unfussy, unmessy way. As t…

How to Write a Test Case for Your Project and Your Team

Every team and organization has its protocols. There is no one way that teaches indisputably how to write a test case. The writing comes down to the project and t…

Why Localization Testing is About More than Language

A software product can’t achieve global domination without internationalization (I18n) and localization (L10n). Internationalization is the first step: this process requires that a product have the ability to support other…

8 Challenges of Hybrid Application Testing

For a time, desktop applications were declared dead. They became too costly to develop and deploy compared to web apps, which allowed businesses to easily onboard new users, release updates…

Why Access to Devices is Still a Concern (and What to Do About It)

Android application testing is notoriously challenging. There are at least 24,000 different Android devices in the world made available by over 1,300 brands. Even for developers well-versed in the conundru…

3 Ways QA Should Participate In Daily Standups

Standup meetings are a daily (or weekly) staple for teams practicing agile software development. Ten to twenty minutes spent discussing what everyone is currently working on and what issues stand…

4 Ways to Improve Your Continuous Delivery

Apps used to be so large that they came on CDs. Today, software updates are small enough to download in the background of our smartphones. As our expectations for technology hav…