4 Advantages of Accessibility Testing for Web and Mobile

Accessibility is the next frontier for website and mobile apps. The hundreds of millions of people who are visually, hearing, or mobility impaired have limited access to online resources and technology. Accessibility testing determines how well your app can be understood, navigated and used, regardless …

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The Latest in PDF 2.0 Test

PDF 2.0 is here! What do you need to change for PDF 2.0 test? What PDF 2.0 test suites are available?
PDF is ubiquitous on desktop and mobile platforms alike. The format, created by Adobe Systems, is the standard of choice for exchanging rich documents …

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How to Prevent Lost Sales with eCommerce Quality Assurance

If you are in the business of selling goods or services online, the scenarios below may very well sound like your worst nightmare…

You offer a “killer” sale, but your website can’t handle the increased traffic – and it crashes.

Your customers can’t complete purchases …

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Software QA: Hire In-House or Outsource?

Whether you need to add skilled personnel to an existing software QA team, handle a short-term crunch or sign on for the long term, the question of hiring in-house or outsource will always come up. The answer might not be as straightforward as you think, …

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6 Things to Consider When Evaluating Software Testing Companies

The decision to outsource your software QA to a software testing company can add significant value to your end product. However, if you don’t select the right company, it may also cause headaches that make you second-guess your choice! The difference between satisfaction and frustration …

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Using QualityLogic Ad Hoc Testers as a Simulated IEEE 2030.5 Head-End

QualityLogic recently completed work with the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) on the California Solar Initiative Solicitation #4 project. The project was designed to demonstrate a number of new technologies including the use of standard communications interfaces to smart inverters. The standard interfaces were both …

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