Widespread usage of mobile devices to access the web has led to new development methods like mobile-first design which encourages mobile-friendly web design.

This article describes mobile-first design in detail. It will also help users incorporate the mobile-first methodology for developing device-friendly apps and websites.

Let’s begin with a fundamental…


Network simulation helps developers or QAs simulate the performance of a website in different bandwidths like 2G, 3G, 4G, etc. This is extremely useful from a testing standpoint as testers get a sense of how the website loads and functions when accessed from different internet connections.

This article will demonstrate…


This article will illustrate how to use Safari DevTools to view the mobile version of a particular web page.

Responsive Design Mode in Safari DevTools for Mobile view

To start with, bear in mind that the Developer menu is, by default, disabled for Safari browser. In order to access the Responsive Design Mode, enable the Safari Develop menu.

Follow…


With constant advancements in technologies, the software testing process keeps evolving. Consequently, it becomes very challenging for QA teams to stay aligned with the best practices for fast, accurate testing. This article highlights a few critical software testing challenges faced by testers in a highly competitive environment. …


This guidepost aims to explain why it is critical for businesses to perform mobile web testing. Subsequently, it will also illustrate two different methods to conduct mobile web testing

Why Mobile Web Testing Matters for Businesses?

Let’s begin by going through some key statistics:

  • Individuals tend to check their phones on an average of 58 times a…

This article aims at pointing out some common web design mistakes that website owners often make when building attractive websites. These mistakes, if not corrected, can adversely affect the website’s user experience.

Common web design mistakes.

1. A Non-Mobile-Responsive Website

Let’s begin with some key statistics:

  1. Mobile accounts for approximately 52% of the overall web traffic.
  2. In a…

The constant proliferation of mobile devices with diverse configurations required mobile apps to be tested across multiple mobile devices

To meet this demand, businesses began to incorporate mobile app testing along with web app testing as a part of their overall testing strategy.

Bear in mind that web-app testing continues…


Hovering is a fundamental digital action that involves placing the mouse cursor on the target link or button. Users mainly use the mouse hover action to access sub-menu items

This is a fundamental and frequently used action for more websites, and thus it must be created and tested to work…


There are more than 3.5 billion smartphones in use and the number continues to grow. Naturally, it is not feasible for QAs to test websites on every single device or screen size.

Testing Website in different screen sizes is an effective way to deal with this issue.

It highly recommended…


Hovering is a fundamental digital action that involves placing the mouse cursor on the target link or button. Users mainly use the mouse hover action to access sub-menu items. Submenus or sub-lists are standard for e-commerce websites like Amazon, Walmart, etc. …

Jash Unadkat

As a tech geek, I love writing articles about everything related to web development or software testing space.

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