What is unit testing? Unit testing refers to the practice of testing certain functions and areas – or units – of our code. This gives us the ability to verify that our functions work as expected. That is to say that for any function and given a set of inputs, we can determine if the […]

What is Cross browser testing? Cross browser testing is the process of reviewing and comparing website functionality and styles across multiple browser platforms, operating systems, and mobile devices to uncover any potential discrepancies. We all have a preferred browser that we use daily, so it can be easy to forget what the rest of the […]

What is Test Harness? Harness word refers to bring under control. Test Harnesses refers to automation of testing. It is a collection of software and test data which are used to analyze the behavior of the program unit. The test harness/the automated test framework has two main parts: Test execution unit and Test script repository. […]

What is Cookie? Cookie word refers to information that is stored by the server on the client side. User preferences are recorded during usage of particular website by cookies in the form of text files and stored in the hard disks of user. Why Cookie? HTTP is request-response type protocol and it is memory-less because […]

What is Negative Testing? Negative word refers to not desirable or not optimal situation. Software Testing is a process which verifies and validates the system and checks whether it is working as expected or not. In testing verification and validation may be done by providing different sensible test input data So in testing, Negative word […]

  What is BVT? (Build Verification Test) It consists of a set of TESTs run on each new build of a software. Used for verification: Whether the build is testable or not before it is released to the test team. Tests are generated in order to check core functionalities of the underlying software hence generally […]

Technical comparison As soon as the programmer opens up the guts of the Drupal source code they are faced with a nightmare. Customizing Drupal is not easy, as it is based on a poorly-designed, procedural framework, whereas Joomla is based on a well-designed, Object-Oriented, MVC framework. It also implements a number of design patterns such […]

Being a developer and who has worked on Joomla as well as Drupal, its good time to have a look on technical comparison between Joomla and Drupal to end the war between the two. Before Starting I would like to clarify some CMS-specific terminology: What Drupal calls Modules is very similar to the concept of […]

What is Drupal? Drupal is a free, open-source web development platform for online content and user communities. Drupal powers some of the busiest sites on the web, and can be adapted to virtually any visual design. It is content management system, which is used to manage content on informational sites, social media sites, member sites […]

What is Mobile Payment In this article we are going to discuss about the Mobile Payment method. How does this system works and how to test this kind of system. There are very big testing area in Mobile Payments and now there are new payments technology coming every day and for that everyone wants strong […]