• Non-Functional vs Functional Testing - Test What is testing? Software testing is a pool of knowledge and endorsement which has always been a career option to many is now a point of discussion. It is a buzzword in the software industry until the 1980s. The term software tester generally refers to any tester. But in the recent growth of technology… Details
  • Website testing process - website testing process What is website testing? In internet you can find definition of Website Testing as the process of browsing a web page with the desire of identifying bugs. However we like to characterize testing as the process of approving that a part of website or webpage meets its business and specialized requirements. Above… Details
  • Visual Test of specific HTML element - With visual testing we focus on pixel to pixel relations between page screenshots. However sometimes we want to create visual test only for specific parts of the page. This could be because we have dynamic content, advertisement banners, or simply we are not interested in the rest of the page. Selecting the element The first… Details
  • Common visual bugs in websites - Visual bugs are a hot topic nowadays. Humans are visual creatures, the best way to feed data to your users is to make it visually appealing. However large amounts of plain text might hurt readability or scare people away due to the sheer amount of information you are trying to feed them. Moreover you need… Details
  • Visual Regression Testing with Snapics - What is visual regression testing Don’t let the fancy name fool you, visual regression testing is fairly simple. The aim is to find any unwanted visual difference that might have occurred in a web page during its development. A simple example of regression might happen when someone changes the style of a button in the… Details
  • Automated visual testing - Companies often ignore automated visual testing because they do not have the time to integrate it or because they simply do not know that it exists. Now it is possible and Snapics provides it. In the following paragraphs, we examine the way automated visual testing is done and how Snapics achieves it. How automated visual… Details

Non-Functional vs Functional Testing

What is testing? Software testing is a pool of knowledge and endorsement which has always been a career option to many is now a point of discussion. It is a buzzword in the software industry until the 1980s. The term software tester generally refers to any tester. But in the recent growth of technology you…

Website testing process

What is website testing? In internet you can find definition of Website Testing as the process of browsing a web page with the desire of identifying bugs. However we like to characterize testing as the process of approving that a part of website or webpage meets its business and specialized requirements. Above all testing is…

Visual Test of specific HTML element

With visual testing we focus on pixel to pixel relations between page screenshots. However sometimes we want to create visual test only for specific parts of the page. This could be because we have dynamic content, advertisement banners, or simply we are not interested in the rest of the page. Selecting the element The first…

Common visual bugs in websites

Visual bugs are a hot topic nowadays. Humans are visual creatures, the best way to feed data to your users is to make it visually appealing. However large amounts of plain text might hurt readability or scare people away due to the sheer amount of information you are trying to feed them. Moreover you need…

Visual Regression Testing with Snapics

What is visual regression testing Don’t let the fancy name fool you, visual regression testing is fairly simple. The aim is to find any unwanted visual difference that might have occurred in a web page during its development. A simple example of regression might happen when someone changes the style of a button in the…

Automated visual testing

Companies often ignore automated visual testing because they do not have the time to integrate it or because they simply do not know that it exists. Now it is possible and Snapics provides it. In the following paragraphs, we examine the way automated visual testing is done and how Snapics achieves it. How automated visual…