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Accessibility Testing 101: Getting Started and Catching Up

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As with any other quality attribute, it is ideal for accessibility to be incorporated in the early stages of design and engineering. But organizations that didn’t initially take accessibility into account can still address it now—it’s better late than never. Here are the main attributes you should consider from the design, development, and testing angles, whether you're building accessibility in from the beginning or adding it now.

As with any other quality attribute, it is ideal for accessibility to be incorporated in the early stages of design and engineering. But organizations that didn’t initially take accessibility into account can still address it now—it’s better late than never. Here are the main attributes you should consider from the design, development, and testing angles, whether you're building accessibility in from the beginning or adding it now.

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Amaya maheshwari's picture

what are highly vulernable areas in ecommerce website, that needs to test properly?

how to test vulnerability of ecommerce, whether the applied security is properly working or not?

whether the website can be hacked by anyone or not

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This is highly dependent on the product you are working on, the technology stack used to build it, the team that built is, and how security has been handled so far. If you are asking because you want to start a security investigation, you will probably want to talk with your development team to organize that work.

 

As a general note: the OWASP top 10 list might be a decent place to start. You can find that here: https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Category:OWASP_Top_Ten_Project

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Focus Your Testing by Understanding How Customers Use Your Product

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If you're uncertain about where to focus your testing or what kind of testing you should be doing, look at what your users are telling you. Understanding the analytics of how your customers use your application can help you improve your test efforts. This article explores instances of how this data can inform user interface automation, compatibility testing, and web services tests.

If you're uncertain about where to focus your testing or what kind of testing you should be doing, look at what your users are telling you. Understanding the analytics of how your customers use your application can help you improve your test efforts. This article explores instances of how this data can inform user interface automation, compatibility testing, and web services tests.

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Estimation: What It Takes to Deliver Consumable Value in Agile Projects

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Releasing in small batches is a good way to achieve quick feedback in your sprints, but these pieces don't have all the features users need. Providing consumable value is turning those small bites into a meal, and it’s worthwhile to estimate what it will take to deliver that—asking, “What consumable value do we expect to achieve, what duration and cost should we plan for, and how likely is it that the plan will succeed?”

Releasing in small batches is a good way to achieve quick feedback in your sprints, but these pieces don't have all the features users need. Providing consumable value is turning those small bites into a meal, and it’s worthwhile to estimate what it will take to deliver that—asking, “What consumable value do we expect to achieve, what duration and cost should we plan for, and how likely is it that the plan will succeed?”

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Testing Based on Actual User Experiences: An Interview with Marjana Shammi

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In this interview, Marjana Shammi, the test lead at IceMobile, digs into a tester’s experience with user experience mapping. She explains the basics of experience mapping and tells how testers create great test ideas from that data.

In this interview, Marjana Shammi, the test lead at IceMobile, digs into a tester’s experience with user experience mapping. She explains the basics of experience mapping and tells how testers create great test ideas from that data.

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Selenium Switching Between Windows is not happening in I Phone Driver

Am using selenium web driver for switching between windows,the code works in windows and Linux with all browser combinations but it is not working in I Phone .

Please let me know whether this switching between windows works in I Phone or not.

As there are very limited resources regarding this issue,so please kindly support me to know what causes this issue.

Please help me.

Thanks.

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5 Tips for Modernizing a Legacy Platform

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There are many reasons to consider modernizing your legacy software. But when doing so, it’s important to remember your customers who regularly use your product and to take their preferences, habits, and needs into consideration. Here are some practical tips to boost your chances of a smoother transition.

There are many reasons to consider modernizing your legacy software. But when doing so, it’s important to remember your customers who regularly use your product and to take their preferences, habits, and needs into consideration. Here are some practical tips to boost your chances of a smoother transition.

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Testing Usability for Mobile Applications

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Mobile usability goes a long way in enhancing end-user app acceptance. But usability starts with the user, and users differ in terms of knowledge, interests, goals, and so on. This article discusses some core usability characteristics that matter to customers, and how test engineers can understand and achieve them.

Mobile usability goes a long way in enhancing end-user app acceptance. But usability starts with the user, and users differ in terms of knowledge, interests, goals, and so on. This article discusses some core usability characteristics that matter to customers, and how test engineers can understand and achieve them.

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