Tag Archives: testing

Why you need a localization tester tool

I’ve worked with four different translation agencies in different projects. In each case, we have occasionally received some faulty translations, where for example placeholders were missing or incorrectly formatted. This has occurred even when the translator has used a translation … Continue reading

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Hybrid app testing using dynamic DNS

Hybrid apps simplify implementing cross-platform mobile applications in many ways.  You only need to write the HTML once, and it should work on all platforms.  However, you still need to test those platforms. At Wellmo, we do most of our … Continue reading

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Testing time-dependent features in JavaScript

Many applications use the current time in their functionality.  For example, they can show data for a certain period of time or show the current date within the application.  Writing functional tests for such applications can be tedious.  How do … Continue reading

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Documenting Cucumber steps

One of the great things in Cucumber testing is that as you go along, you start to accumulate ready step definitions, which makes writing new tests even faster.  Several times I’ve actually been surprised that a definition for a step … Continue reading

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Dump World on failure

One of the most important aspects of test reports is that when something fails, you can easily debug what went wrong.  Splitting tests into logical, small tests that exercise a single functionality in the system goes a long way toward … Continue reading

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