Author: <span class="vcard">3QI Labs</span>

Responsive Design for E-Commerce

08/30/2016
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30% of all US Commerce is now done on a mobile device; for a relatively new medium, that is an impressive rise that will only continue for the foreseeable future. It is also indicative of how necessary it is for E-Commerce sites to offer a mobile experience that is completely optimized for mobile devices. Mobile…

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Risks of Outsourced Software Testing/QA

08/15/2016
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Choosing to outsource may seem like the perfect answer in many cases. A low cost, swift solution that can be a convenience, or even spearhead your project. The truth is, outsourcing offers as many risks as it does potential benefits. When it comes to outsourcing for software QA, these benefits and risks will have an even greater impact on…

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Writing Cucumber Feature Files With Clarity

08/04/2016
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Developers of automation, and even technically oriented testers, have lost sight of the original intent of Cucumber; to support Behavior Driven Development (BDD) in its goal of reducing requirement ambiguity and the misunderstanding between software developers and those who order the software.  It was meant bridge the gap, while also making automation of the Feature files…

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Utilize the Galen Framework + Awetest For Automated Responsive Testing

As we’ve discussed before, Responsive Design allows for a flexible, intuitive, and consistent experience across websites/apps. The quantity of responsively designed products increasing is necessitating an equivalent rise in responsive testing. As with functional testing, we can use automation to address our increased responsive testing needs. We’ve recently added support for the Galen Framework to Awetest, providing a solution for the need of automated responsive testing….

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Why Testing is Crucial for E-Commerce

08/01/2016
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A 2013 Deloitte Annual Holiday Survey revealed that, for the first time ever, 47% of consumers would be shopping online for their holiday purchases, surpassing the 37% who would conduct their shopping traditionally in physical stores. This percentage of online shoppers has only grown, and the majority of these consumers (70%) are using their smartphones to…

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Simplifying Cross-Platform Cucumber Scenarios

Seamless automation of processes that involve more than one platform can present problems in Cucumber script readability and maintenance.  The scenarios can become complex and much too code-like for understanding from the business perspective.  Maintenance of existing scripts and creation of new scripts can become problematic because the ‘language’ represented by the step definition files…

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Safari Inspect Element & Mobile Device Emulator

07/27/2016
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Safari’s native development tool is Safari Inspect Element. Unlike the other browsers, Safari Inspect Element is not activated by default. We will be showing step by step instructions on how to activate it. Safari also offers a different feature from the other browsers where the user can view any webpage in a mobile device emulator. For mobile webpage testing purposes,…

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ServiceNow Test Automation using Awetest, Appium

07/21/2016
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  In this post,  we’ll take a look at building a simple Test Automation Framework  to test some of the core ServiceNow application modules using Appium, Ruby & Cucumber.   ServiceNow is an extremely popular Enterprise ERP SaaS platform.  Per the ServiceNow website: ServiceNow is an extremely popular enterprise application providing a service model that defines, structures…

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Awetest+Appium+Robotic Arm

05/17/2016
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What is a POS? A POS (point of sale) is a computer which is connected to a receipt printer, cash drawer, credit/debit card reader and a bar code scanner etc. Companies and retailers can enhance shoppers’ user experience by having different payment methods aside from using only physical cash, which can become limiting in the increasingly cashless world….

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