Software testing tools

5 Best Software Testing Tools

What is Testing? It is a process in which pre-scripted tests are executed on a software application before their production release to check for any defect. Types of Testing Manual Testing It’s a manual process to check for defects if any, while performing this tester must have the stance of an end user. And ensuring all the features are working as stated in the requirement document. The Automated Testing It has an objective to simplify…

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Currently The Best Mobile games

All the game lovers get ready because here are the games that will make you go crazy because of their high Tec graphics and latest technology that has been used to design them. Some of them are even free! So, let us start. YEAR WALK This game is based on Årsgång, which is a Swedish tradition. This game is very challenging and is based on the story of love between Daniel Svensson and Stina. This…

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CDMA v/s GSM?

Two basic technologies in mobile phones, CDMA and GSM represent a gap you can’t cross. They’re the reason you can’t use many Reliance[CDMA] phones on Vodafone’s network and vice versa. But what does CDMA vs. GSM really mean for you? CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) and GSM (Global System for Mobiles) are shorthand for the two major radio systems used in cell phones. Both acronyms tend to group together a bunch of technologies run by the…

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Mobilegeddon: Google’s “apocalyptic” update

On 21st April, Google launched a major update on its mobile search engine that would rank websites on the basis of their “mobile-friendliness”. What this means is that websites which have large texts, easy-to-click links and ability to resize their content to whatever screen sized it is being viewed on will be ranked higher in their search. Websites which are not mobile friendly will get demoted. Considering the fact the Google is the leading search…

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Mobile-Geddon Puts Webmasters On Toes

Google, the apex IT firm, is about to make a huge change in the coming days – Mobile-Geddon!  The announced move basically would change the order in which websites are ranked during a Google search on their mobile phones on the basis of their mobile-friendliness.  The change may  affect some of the less tech- savvy small organizations or the SMEs badly. They are going to hit pretty low when it comes to the number of…

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Hybrid application-pros and cons

Hybrid is a term often used for heterogeneous features inherited from multiple sources .As the name suggests hybrid application combines the best of both the native and HTML5 worlds. Hybrid as a web app is primarily built using HTML5 and JavaScript, that is then wrapped inside a thin native container that provides access to native platform features. Hybrid apps are part native apps, part web apps.Like native apps, they are made available in an app store…

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Native Application Development-pros and cons

A native application or a native app is an application program that has been developed for use on a particular platform or device. Native apps are specific to a given mobile platform (iOS or Android or Windows) using the development tools and language that the respective platform supports (e.g., Xcode and Objective-C with iOS, Eclipse and Java with Android). Native apps look and perform the best.They are built keeping in mind a particular platform and the…

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Why develop For Android?

Well, the real question should be “Why not?” Do you want your app to be available to millions of users worldwide? Do you want to publish apps as soon as you’re done writing and testing them? Do you like developing on open platforms? If you answered yes to any of these questions, I think you have your answer, but in case you’re still undecided, keep reading, and I’ll explain what I mean. As a developer,…

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Android Programming Basics

You have to be a registered member of nowhere to program Android applications. I’m glad, because otherwise, I wouldn’t be writing them! Programming for Android is simple because the default programming language of Android is Java. Although writing Android applications is fairly easy, programming in itself can be a difficult task to conquer. Although the majority of Android is Java, small parts of the framework aren’t. Android also encompasses the XML language as well as…

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Building An App in Android

As by now You Know what Android is and how to build your first application. I’m happy to say that you are now getting into the fun stuff. You’re going to build a real application that you can use and publish to the Android Market. The app you now should build needs to provide the user to toggle the mode of his or her phone’s ringer with a simple pressing of button. Imagine that you’re…

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