Lecture 15: Web Testing

1. Why should you consider the Device (i.e., mobile device) as a factor for testing??

  • UK is a smartphone society - 33% of internet users see their phone as the most important device for going online. (2015 Communication Market Report)
  • Technology blurs the lines between work & home life.
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2. What is Security Testing?

  • It's used to ensure a web page will be displayed as expected in all major web browsers.
  • The main purpose is to ensure the app is safe to use & secure. Typically the testing activities include: exception handlings, program logics, system vulnerabilities, access controls & common attacks (e.g., DDoS).
  • It's used to ensure a web page will be displayed as expected in all major web browsers.

3. What is Compatibility Testing?

  • Sometimes printing compatibility (whether a page can be printed properly) is considered.
  • All of the options apply.
  • Most browsers are proprietary software, they use different renderind engines and their support of web standards are different.
  • It's used to ensure a web page will be displayed as expected in all major web browsers.

4. I am the smallest testable piece of code, I sometimes don't have meaning in the context of specification. What am I?

  • A unit.
  • A module.
  • Neither.

5. What is Formative Usability Testing (Exploratory Usability Testing Methods)?

  • It obtains qualitative reactions to user interface concepts & designs. It is carried out during the development of the product.
  • Used to ensure a web app is fully accessible by everyone. This requirement is enforced by the Equality Act 2010.
  • Used to ensure a web page will be displayed as expected in all major web browsers.

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