Testing During Web Application Development
- Unit Testing
- Integration Testing
- Functional Testing
- Regression Testing
- Acceptance Testing
- Load Testing
- Stress Testing
- Performance Testing
Monitoring After Web Application Release
- Is the website up / online?
- Are there any broken links on our web pages?
- Are third party components loading properly and in a timely manner?
- Is our website available worldwide?
- How responsive is our web application?
- Can users log in to the web app?
- Can users of our web app complete transactions?
- Is our content displaying properly?
Most browser based testing tools allow you to script values to place into specific fields, or validate the existence of certain keywords within HTML, but they cannot perform advanced validation on interactive media such as Flash, Silverlight, Java, HTML5, PHP, Ruby on Rails and other modern technologies.
The EveryStep Scripting Tool’s enhanced Rich Internet Application (RIA) functionality allows you to validate the existence and proper functionality of interactive web applications.
Take screen captures of specific page areas to make sure both text and images are being properly rendered.
Capture user interaction via mouse clicks, hovers, and keystrokes.
Web applications are, by their nature, accessed by many users from many locations using many different technologies. The EveryStep Scripting Tool can show you how your website or web application is performing on your computer, or any machine that you run the EveryStep Scripting Tool on.
Checkout Dotcom-Monitor to see more advanced web application monitoring features such as synthetic transaction monitoring from over 20 locations around the world.
With the EveryStep Scripting Tool you can now select from over 40 different browsers and mobile devices to monitor your website using the browser emulation of Google Chrome DevTools. This makes it easier than ever to test both responsive and mobile optimized web pages. The script uses the mobile agent selected, the screen size and resolution of the mobile device, and the scrolling and touch event device inputs. By running multiple scripts using different devices you can be sure that the mobile browsing experience is consistent across all major platforms including Apple, Android, Blackberry, Microsoft Windows and more. The list of devices supported includes iPads, iPhones, iPods, BlackBerry phones and Playbook tablets, Samsung Galaxy phones and tablets, Google Nexus, Nokia Lumia, and Kindle Fire devices.
If you don’t know how your website looks on each type of device, it is in your best interest to download the free EveryStep scripting tool and create multiple scripts using different mobile devices today. When you run each script, a valuable video recording of the site rendering in the selected device browser will be recorded along with a waterfall chart showing the download times of ever single element on the page. These performance reports can be used to establish baseline performance expectations as well as troubleshoot website issues.
Page updated on February 6, 2017.