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Here comes the next part of our blog post series about our favourite QA tools! After the presentation our favourite screenshot tools, we continue the discussion on the Chrome extensions which make our never-ending hunt for bugs more productive and efficient. The tools we present below are small and light-weight, but they will make a big difference for your workflow. All the extensions are completely free and for you to install in your browser!
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After our first blogpost about useful QA tools, where we focused on apps for screenshots, we thought it would be helpful to describe some handy and easy-to-use Chrome extensions which can turn your browser into bug killing machine! All these plugins are totally free. So get ready to cut your address bar a bit and make room for some shiny new Chrome extensions which will make your day-to-day work much easier!
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Back in April, we published a blog post on bug bashes - events where people with different backgrounds (both tech and non-tech) get together to test an app and discover the many bugs that have eluded the project’s Quality Assurance (QA). Now, with around 100 completed bug bashes under belt here at netguru, we have some tips that will hopefully help your bug-bashers come back from the hunt with bugs aplenty.
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A perfect screenshot is worth a thousand words. It saves time and guarantees that everyone is on the same page. Developers, PMs, QAs and clients use image captures on a daily basis, but which screenshot app can give you what you really need? Is it an entire website capture? A great image editor? Or maybe the sharing feature? Let’s have a look at our list of free screen-cap tools for Mac OSX.
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It’s a common perception that quality assurance in software is mostly testing, and that a lot of the testing is manual testing. However, this is only a fraction of what QA specialists deal with. Let me explain how various technical skills can boost your performance as a quality assurance expert.
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Testing in production and staging environments is the same basic activity – but you must know that different environments require different approaches.
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It might seem obvious - by writing feature specs, we end up with fewer errors and oversights in the code, resulting in a higher quality project. While this is the most important gain (particularly for the client), it’s certainly not the only one. When I say ‘the quality of the project’, I don’t only mean that it’s as bug-free as possible, but also that there’s a good project flow and well-presented code that lacks weak spots. In this article, I’d like to talk about some other benefits that I discovered as I developed my automation testing skills in Netguru.
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Sounds nice, huh? Getting paid to play games! Or surfing the web and having fun with all those applications. If you’ve ever considered a career in the testing industry, I can tell you one thing - appearances can be deceiving. I’ve been in both game testing and app testing roles. Sit down, get comfy, and I’ll show you around a little bit.
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It’s easy for a junior tester to feel intimidated by the huge number of software tests out there. The volume of material, information and tests available on the internet can be overwhelming. To put some order on this chaos, we’ve divided things up into two sections: Test Levels and Types of Software Tests. To help make things even clearer - we’ve also included some practical examples of each test. If you feel a little bit lost with the names and categories of the test world - this is exactly what you need to read!
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In the previous blog post, you learned some basic stuff about mobile testing. Today we’ll focus on tools for test automation.
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