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Wednesday, 11 February 2015

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Tips for A/B testing

Commonly Tested Element’s

  • Subject line

It is typically the most crucial element of the email copy to be testing. Regardless of quality of the business’s content, subject-line will be deciding the factor in whether and not your email gets opened. You may try the explicitly stating of your offer versus using the ambiguity for tease the subscriber, and funny subject lines versus urgent ones.

  • Headlines

Headline is the other vital element that needs to be constantly-tested. Similar for your subject-line, the headlines phrasing can be deciding the factors in your landing-page’s success. Assuming the subject-line was appealing enough to get the subscribers for open your e-mail, your headlines will play an important role in improving through rates.

  • Call-to-Action

Business should be experimenting with the different ways for present your CTA. It could mean changing of wording used, adjusting size or color, & testing the different places for position the Call-to-Action in email and landing page.

  • Layout

Business should be testing of different e-mail templates for see which the trigger highest performance-rate. You could tests, whether the subscribers prefer a single-column vs. double-column, and one color template vs. the other etc.
  • Incremental Changes
Truth is that the most pages don’t have a traffic-problem. What they‘ve is a conversions problem. Incremental changes might be the first step in figuring-out what exactly it’s that these leads interact with the best.
  • Value of Time
The company should be using an A/B testing to determine the optimal-times to sending-out the emails.  Several businesses-fear A/B testing because they think that in process of testing the different elements they may lose the prospects. Truth is that the business can use the A/B testing to determining the optimal-time for reaching the subscribers in the way that’ll not hurt your current Call-to-Action or open rates.
  • Implement the Solutions
It could be an outcome of the businesses not running the A/B tests, businesses not running-enough A/B tests, and businesses not properly acting on findings that they obtain with their test. Once you’re confident in outcomes that your A/B tests have obtained, it’s time to act on findings. You want for organize the findings into a binder and spread-sheet in order to avoid the testing same things again in future.
Advantages of A/B Testing
  • Useful in low-data rate tests:
If the landing page has only some conversions per day, you simply cannot use more advanced tunings methods.
  • Ease of implementation:
Several software packages supports simple split tests. You even might be able to collects the data; you need with the existing web analytics tools.
  • Ease of the test design:
The split tests do not have to be carefully designed and balanced. You simply decide, how many versions you want for test & then the split available traffic evenly among them.
  •  Ease of analysis:
The very simple statistical test are needed for determine winners. All you’ve to do is compare the baseline-version to every challenger to see if you have reached the desired statistical confidence level.
  • Flexibility in defining the variable-values:
Ability to mix or match it allows you for test the range of evolutionary & revolutionary alternatives in the single test, without being constrained through more granular definition of the variables in a multivariate-test.

Tuesday, 10 February 2015

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IOS
 
It is a mobile OS developed by-Apple. This was originally named iPhone-OS, but was renamed for IOS in June-2009. IOS currently executes on iPod touch, iPhone, or iPad. These’re tools any iPhone app development company may find useful.

Appium (iOS/Android)
It is a spectacular open source tool used for the automation of native or web as-well-as hybrid applications. It mean of that it’s good for automation of applications written on original Android and iOS SDKs, web-applications that are accessible through a mobile browser & applications that’re the wrapped around the ‘web view’ the native control features which enables various interactions with the web contents.

Calabash (iOS/Android)
It is an acceptance testing automation-framework. It might be compared with a famous Selenium-Web-Driver. Every tester has to realize difference between testing the application on a desktop machine & on a touchscreen devise. Specifically when dealing with native app. 

Monkey-Talk (iOS/Android)
It can automate all the possible real or functional interactive-tests. Everything-from little “Smoke-Tests” for the tough data driven test suits. It doesn’t real device or simulation tests with native or hybrid as-well-as mobile apps. And, now with the Monkey Talk Professional Edition, the mobile test-automation has never been-easier.

IOS UI Automation (for iOS) 
It one is an instrument. One you can use to automating your user interface-tests by some written test scripts. In this path you maximize the productivity, or minimize the procedural errors, & shorten the amount time needed for develop the product updates.

Robotium (Android) 
The great tool for either native or hybrid applications. It makes black-box-testing fairly easier. With this test case developers are free for write the function or system as-well-as user acceptance test-scenarios.

IOS Driver (iOS) 
It is capable of complete integration with Selenium-grid. Thus you’ll have the possibility of re-using the already existing web automation-infrastructure. It also includes the helper as-well-as the utility-cases.

UI Automator (Android)
It is UI Automation-framework and it allows you for test your UI by creation of the automated functional test-cases. They’ll be able of executing against your application on single and multiple-devices.

KeepItFunctional (iOS)
It is an integration test frame work. It is building or performing the cases with the standard XCTest testing targets. This allows to easy automation of the iOS applications through leveraging the accessibility of attributes that the Operating System makes available for those with the visual disabilities.

Selendroid (Android)
This is but one more test-automation frame work. This is driven of UI of both native & hybrid applications as-well-as mobile web. It can be used on emulators & real devices & can be integrated as a node into Selenium-Grid for scaling & parallel-testing.

Monday, 9 February 2015

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Quality Assurance
QA is the way of preventing the mistakes and defects in manufactured products & avoiding the problems, when delivering the solutions and services for customers.  

Software quality assurance
SQA consists of means of monitoring software engineering processes or methods used for ensure quality. It’s very vital for a tester to understand what the difference between Quality control & Quality Assurance is.
The quality control measures the quality of the product. This is a specific part of the Quality-Assurance procedure. This corrective activity applies to particular product or deals with product. Priority or Severity will be assigned to a concrete-bug to know the crucial of bug.

Defects:
Defect is an error and bug, in the app which is created. Programmer while designing or building software can make mistakes & error. These mistakes and errors mean that there’re the flaws in software. These’re called the defects.

Priority: 
It allows to developers for understand which bug’ve to be fixed first.

Severity:
How-strongly the bug is affecting the app.

Test Scripts:
A test script is the script which is created through an automation-tool while recording an app features.

Bug:
It’ll be called the bug, if the developer accepts your-defect. The common confusion is about terms of that defect, bug, fault, false positive, anomaly, failure, incident, error or mistake.

Test Case:
The test case is a documentation that includes information’s about events, inputs and actions, or an estimated-response, to checks if a singularity of the app is working properly. Test conditions. A condition is needed for test a feature.

Test Data:
A test data means the input-data, which is giving for checks the app’s feature whether it’s working rightly & not.

Test Bed:
Test bed is a platform to conducting the transparent, rigorous, or replicable testing of the scientific theories, computational-tools, or new technologies.

Baseline Document:
An approved-document or the review is known as a baseline document that is Software requirement Specification, test plan.

Configuration Management:
It involves the process used for coordinate, control or track; code, requirements, tools, documentation, problems, change requests, designs, compilers, libraries, patches or changes made for them, & who makes the changes.

Verification and Validation:
It’s done by dynamic testing or other forms of the review. Validation or Verification is not same thing, although they’re often confused. It is static method to verifying the designs or codes. The software verification is a human based checking of the files or documents. It’s a dynamic process to checking & testing the actual product. The software validation always includes executing the codes.

Walkthrough:

  • It’s not a formal process and review.
  • It’s led by authors.
  • It is useful to the people if they’re not from the software-discipline, which’re not used to and can’t easily.


Inspection:

  • It’s the most formal-review type.
  • It’s led by the trained moderators.
  • During the inspection of documents that’re prepared or checked thoroughly by reviewers before the meeting.
  • This involves the peers for examine the products.
  • Separate preparation is carried-out during which the product is examined or the defects are found.
  • Defects found are the documented in a logging list and issue log.
  • A formal follow up is carried out through the moderator applying the exit criteria.








Sunday, 8 February 2015

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It’s a method by which the users of a product are asked to perform the certain tasks in an effort for measure the product's ease of use, task-time, & user's perception of experience.  Most of released-software, apps & other products are constantly developing & changing. This means that they‘ve to be tested at usability constantly as-well. In the rapidly developing companies usability-testing is a one of those steps which often missed the mostly due to lack of the time. This is considered to be a stiff, long or slow-process, & data you get can be received in the easier ways. But in, the reality with a right channel of the implementation usability-testing wouldn’t slow release of the product.

Here are few tips to make usability-testing process effective & fast:
Use the remote usability testing
As its necessary for test the serious product with customers all of over the world and fastest paths to do it is the remote testing. Setting-up & coordination of in person usability-testing takes much more time & money than doing the remote-testing.

Have an instant-access for the customers
For fasten process of the testing you should’ve a database of all testers who use the software. It’s also necessary to know which the features they use most often. Most of dedicated users are always eager for help, & notifying them in advance is a guarantee that they’ll find an hour to test.

Create & maintain a “research page” to each product
Such-documents that records & contain the product use the cases, outcomes of the previous testing are useful when it’s necessary to do a usability-testing. The crucial thing is to maintain’s these pages always up-to-date.

Whole team should be present during the rounds-testing
A opinions of all team members value when it comes for usability-testing, so make sure that the product managers, developers or designers all gather in room to observe, ask the questions, share their opinions. This helps to get immediate the conclusions & make the decisions.

Bind up & make a plan correct after testing
It is recommended for hold the meeting after testing-sessions & discusses about detected the bugs, observations & issues. This is makes possible for work-out a plan, assign the tasks for the team members or start the working on them immediately.

Make the outcomes of the testing available for the entire company

By all team was present during testing, it’s also necessary to share obtained outcomes with company. You can create’s an internal resource & post there all findings, key-problems and videos. It’s a good summary to the day of test, available to everyone in company. 

Tuesday, 3 February 2015

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Cross Browser testing
It is a process to test the web apps across multiple browsers. It involves the checking compatibility of the app across multiple web browsers & ensures that your web app’s works correctly across different web browsers.

Tools for Cross Browser Testing

Browser shots:
The browser shots might be most exhaustive cross browser-testing tool that exists. Browser Shots includes all of most popular-browsers, like Firefox, Chrome, & Safari, along with the tons of another browser’s that might sound unfamiliar, like Sea Monkey, Flock, & Iceape. You can adjust the resolution, color-settings, & even Flash and JavaScript settings.

Cross Browser Testing:
It allows users to test their websites with over the hundred resolution or browser and Operating System combinations. This also has support to mobile web-browsers, which is crucial because the web traffic is making shift from the primarily desktop computer users to primarily mobile users in future. You can obtain screenshots and do the live testing of the website. It allows elements like Flash, JavaScript, JQuery, and AJAX to be tested. 

Sauce Labs:
It offers a rather unique cross browser-testing experience. It is nice because, if you want to view error that you had in the browser again, all you needs to do is replay a video as opposed for opening up live test interface again.

Super Preview:
The free users do have access for more browsers by a cloud but only for sixty days. Other browsers that’re in cloud include Firefox, Safari, & Chrome versions. A super preview allows users for both live test & side-by-side test their website in the different browsers.

Litmus:
It not only allows you for check the display of the website in different browsers, this also allows you to create the reports of this information’s that you can keep on record and share with the project partners. Unfortunately, free version only allows the users to use two browsers, IE7 or Firefox, & conduct the fifty tests each month.

IETester:
IE can be tricky. The older versions don’t support the HTML-5 and certain CSS components, amongst the other things. If you want the website for display well on all of the versions of IE, it is going to take work. The IE tester makes it easier to you. You can test on IE versions 5.5 by ten using a Windows XP by Windows-8. It is completely free & eases to use.









































Monday, 2 February 2015

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The difference between an Automation Testing & Manual-Testing is a pillar of the Software testing, because the whole-testing is based on the Automation Testing and Manual Testing. In the project you can do both Automation Testing & Manual Testing & you can also do both Automation testing and Manual Testing simultaneously.

Difference between Automation and Manual Testing
Automation Testing
Manual Testing
The automation testing is a continuous component of the manual testing.
This testing is an initiate of the testing, without of this testing we cannot start the automation testing.
This takes less of time.
This takes a lot of time.
In the automation testing, we always test by the running the scripts.
In the manual testing testers’re allowed to do the random for find the Bugs.
In automation testing, it is done on the different on same time.
The manual testing would be executes sequentially.
In regression testing process, it’s easy in automation testing through the tools.
In regression testing process it’s difficult in the manual testing.
It’s expensive.
It’s not expensive.
This gives a high accuracy output.
This gives a low accuracy outcome.
This is considered as a high quality.
It’s considered as the low quality.
It’s considered as the more reliable.
This is considered as the less reliable.
In automation testing, we can do the multiple types of batch-testing.
In the testing we can’t do batch-testing.
It’s always done using the tools.
This is done without interaction of the any tool.
A requirement of the programming is must-in the automation testing.
No requirement of the programming in manual testing.
This testing is a process which is through the help of the automated tools.
This testing is a process which is done by manually.
In the automation testing, we test repetitive-functionalities of the app.
In the manual testing, we find the more bugs than automation through Error-Guessing.
Some testers’re required in the automation testing, because in this testing the test case’s needs to be executed through using the automation tools.
Several testers’re required in manual testing because in this testing the test case’s needs to be executed through manually.


Sunday, 1 February 2015

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 Mobile app testing is a process through which the application software developed for the hand held mobile devices is tested for its usability, functionality or consistency. The mobile application testing can be automated and manual type of the testing. The mobile apps either come preinstalled & can be installed from the mobile software distribution platforms.

Few questions ask in mobile testing interview with answers:

Difference between mobile application testing & just mobile testing
The mobile application testing suggests a testing the application on hand-held devices & differs from the mobile testing in that its focuses on the features or functionality of tested app only while other closely focuses on the mobile devices native app features like Call, SMS, Media Player and etc.

Can you remember names of different versions of the Android Operating System?
Sure you can remember. Here they’re:
Android 1.5 - Cupcake, Android 1.6 - Donut, Android 2.0/2.01/2.1 - Eclair, Android 2.2 - Froyo, Android 2.3 - Gingerbread, Android 3.X - Honeycomb, Android 4.0 - Ice Cream Sandwich, Android 4.1-4.3 - Jelly Bean, Android 4.4 - KitKat, Android 5.0 – Lollipop.
You might want to know more about a latest when answering this question. Among features of Android 5.0 Lollipop:
Enhanced notifications
New lock screen
New multi-tasking
New notification bar
Security - personal unlocking
Battery life - new saver mode
Performance
Android TV

What the major criteria should be taken in consideration while doing the end-to-end mobile testing?
The starting areas of the attention in this case should be installation, launch first time without a network, application’s un-installation, it’s the orientation if supported, & the testing application performance using in the different devices with the different networks scenarios. Ahead, you might want to test, how the application is responding in the case of entering invalid user credentials & attempting for change those after installation. If the application is to access network, it’s crucial to see that the logs generating during this contains the sensitive information’s in the encrypted form only.

What mobile app types do you know?
We can distinguish the three broad types of the mobile applications:
The native applications are those especially developed to a certain platform, it directly installed on the device & taking the benefits of all its features such as the GPS, camera, compass and etc. These applications utilize native notification system of the device & works offline well.
The web applications on mobiles are web portals designed & hosted for the mobile devices.
The hybrid applications can be viewed as the web applications built in native apps. They’re written using the web technologies like JavaScript, CSS or HTML. They executes inside a native container while benefits the browser engine of a device to render HTML & process of JavaScript locally. 

How one test could patches & defect fixes for an application in production?
Since, the regression testing of whole product can’t be effectively done in a short time; it makes a sense for regression test, relative module & focus mainly on the portion related to bug fixes or additionally, to do the sanity-testing on the rest of modules on high priority of devices.

Which tools can be used to debugging?
It can be done through means of iPhone Configuration Utility on iOS or Android Monitor.bat on the Android. With the log provided from these tools it’ll be easy for the developers to tell cause.

Which mobile-automation-testing tools do you know?
It means of the automation are generally chosen the subjectively depending on the project needs & app type. The good paid automation tools available: Silk Mobile, Ranorex, SeeTest and etc. There’re also eligible the free tools like Robotium, Appium, Calabash and etc., but the using of these requires certain coding-skills such as Ruby and Java.

What is it you can do with an actual device that you can’t do with the emulators?
The testing on tangible devices has a number of benefits over the emulators. Only the using of tangible devices you can test the interrupts as phone calls, messages, low battery scenarios, Bluetooth, battery drain, memory card mount or un-mount scenarios, & actual application performance as a whole.

How you can learn about application’s CPU usage or it’s the memory utilization?
On the Google-Play, you can find the tools as CPU Usage or Process List Viewer, CPU Usage-Monitor and etc. Systrace feature from the Android monitor can also help when the using of SDK.

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