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Reasons to start Accessibility Testing
Reasons to start Accessibility Testing
Reasons to start Accessibility Testing

5 Reasons to start Accessibility Testing in 2024

Surely Accessibility testing is always important?! Well, let's run over the main benefits, and how you can make sure you are ticking all the boxes.

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Sam

Jan 23, 2024

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Woman sat on a pile of pyramids
Woman sat on a pile of pyramids

Let's revisit "The Pyramid"

Like the Pyramids of Giza, the Testing Pyramid has remained largely unchanged for eons. But whereas one is literally set-in-stone, the other was more of an idea. Like a sandwich from 2009, a sniff-test is overdue.

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Sappo

Jan 8, 2024

Your Secret Test Automation Team

Do you want an automation test team but don't currently have one? You probably do have a secret automation test team and we'll show you how to unlock it!

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Sappo

Dec 28, 2023

A Step-by-Step Tutorial for Seamless Codeless Test Automation

Codeless test automation, a cutting-edge technological advancement, revolutionizes automated testing by eliminating the need for coding. This ensures system reliability, speeding up the testing process significantly. 

Dossie

Dec 20, 2023

Testers and Developers don't have to hate each other!

Developers will make anything they work on sound more complicated than a lunar rendezvous while maintaining everyone else's work would only be a generous "2 points, max".

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Sappo

Dec 13, 2023

What is the difference between codeless, low-code, and no-code test automation?

Codeless test automation involves using tools that require minimal or no coding skills to create automated test scripts. Low-code automation testing consists of some level of coding but with a visual, user-friendly interface.

Dossie

Nov 20, 2023

A lighthouse in rough seas
A lighthouse in rough seas
A lighthouse in rough seas

Automated Lighthouse Testing

Adding Lighthouse audits to your automation tests

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Sappo

Nov 16, 2023

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A user sat at a computer that is on fire
A user sat at a computer that is on fire

All new code is sh*t!

Sounds controversial? It's not! We can all think of examples of shit code, maybe from code we committed or famous stories from Google, Nasa, Moonpig, etc, etc... etc.

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Sappo

Nov 28, 2023

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A dead end road on a cliff
A dead end road on a cliff

How-To: Block Unwanted Domains

When running automated tests it’s important that that environment is controlled, with no rouge GTM scripts injecting popups, or other domains interfering with the DOM.

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Sam

Sep 25, 2023

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A row of old shops
A row of old shops

Do high-quality websites perform better than others?

Yes, high-quality websites, backed by user behaviour testing and codeless/low code automation, perform better.

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Sam

Sep 22, 2023

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A monster on a bike
A monster on a bike

Is automated testing worth it?

Yes, automated testing is worth it when combined with manual (user behaviour) testing and using codeless/low code tools.

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Sam

Sep 21, 2023

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A person with lots of keys
A person with lots of keys

Can having too much domain knowledge be a bad thing?

Yes, too much domain knowledge can lead to biases and assumptions, potentially missing user behavior nuances.

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Sam

Aug 22, 2023