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9 Essential Mobile Test Cases

Efficient mobile testing requires proper preparation. Creating mobile app test cases rationally helps you to find a lot of issues that affect both functionality and user experience. Today we decided

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Continuous Testing and Test Automation: What is the Difference?

If you have 100% knowledge of the nuances and diversity of the сontinuous testing and test automation, you can leave this page and read something else. Here we will not

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Performance Testing: 6 Best Practices

As far as modern mobile app users do not have time for stuck and slow applications that crash because of heavy workloads, an app should be checked for performance stability

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What is PSD2 (Payment Service Directive 2) about?

The processing of online payments will be greatly influenced by the Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2) adopted by countries of the European Union. This document is an addition to the

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Top 8 Trends in Mobile App Development for 2020

According to Statista, the mobile application market will reach a turnover of $188.9 billion by 2020. That makes the future of mobile apps look promising. To take leading positions on

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These 5 Major UI Mistakes will Kill Your App

Elaborate user interface (UI) design of the app seems to be a secondary priority for 6 out of 10 owners. Well, their loss. UI plays a significant role in the

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Kids Apps UI/UX requirements

Modern technologies offer unique opportunities for kids to obtain new knowledge and skills. But it is much harder to attract children’s attention than the adults’ one. If you want kids

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Digitization, Digitalization, And Digital Transformation: What is the difference?

Who else is got lost in such notions as digitization, digitalization, and digital transformation? Me not. Already. In this article, I’ll share with you my conclusions on the difference between

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Practical tips for PM: How to build a QA Dream Team

The practice of QATestLab Project Managers shows, that if before starting work with a team, the lead takes time to prepare, this time will pay off during the work. The

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