Getting Started With Cross Browser Testing
Description:You’re a tester. You’ve been handed a story that needs testing, and the developer working on it has asked you to do some cross browser testing on it. What does that mean? Why would someone want to test a story in multiple browsers? Which browsers should you test this in? What are you looking for while you are testing? Testers should ask these questions of themselves and other stakeholders when cross browser testing is a requirement of a story or project. Getting a detailed analysis of an application in one browser is hard, let alone any other browser your software might support. Let’s take each of these questions one by one and look at solutions which could help you be successful at cross browser testing.
Experience is Everything
Today, every brand is digital. This means the way users interact with brands is more complex than ever - there are more channels, touchpoints and opportunities to connect than most companies can keep up with. Access the Every Experience Matters: The 2022 State of User Experience Report to explore how user experience impacts brand loyalty, accessibility, and revenue.