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Difference between UI and UX design

UX and UI design UX and UI are terms related to web design, but they are not the same. Let’s see what is the difference between them. UI and UX differences UX is a user experience that occurs when interacting with your web site. Experience includes preferences, emotions, and...
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Critical path test

Critical path test – the main type of test, during which the relevant elements and functions of the application are checked for proper operation with their standard use. In practice, most often at this level of testing the bulk of product requirements are checked. For example, choosing a...
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User Interface Testing

A graphical user interface (GUI) is a type of user interface in which the interface elements (menus, buttons, icons, lists, etc.) presented to the user on the display are in the form of graphic images. Read...
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Testing under stress

Using software involves the simultaneous operation of many users, and in such situations there is a need for performance testing under load (under stress). Read...
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Load testing

Every modern user knows that the majority of online applications are focused on mass use. The use of software involves the simultaneous operation of many users, and in such situations there is a need for performance testing under heavy loads (load testing). Load testing is an imitation of the work...
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Management of automated UI testing

Recently, there are fewer companies with dedicated testing teams serving several development teams. Most likely this is related to financial issues – not every company can afford to have a team that deals exclusively with testing and everything related to it. Read...
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Automated testing of Delphi apps

For a long period of time, issues related to problems with automated testing of Delphi applications are discussed at various resources. Someone can not choose a tool, someone does not know how to make the tool see GUI objects. Both problems are solvable. Read...
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