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Cross-browser testing contributes to being the crucial task, which should be performed on the web application. It stands out of the ordinary in offering a constant and outstanding user experience across a plethora of operating systems, devices and browsers, which are used by the potential audience in accessing the website. A variety of tools are available in the market, which stands out of the ordinary in offering supreme quality, cross-browser QA services. As you read…

After the abrupt self-immolation of Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas B. Modly, the U.S. Navy is moving quickly to eliminate all traces of their wayward and disgraced former leader. Though Modly completely mismanaged the Coronavirus impact upon the U.S. fleet and behaved atrociously, Modly’s interesting interregnum was not a total loss. To his credit, Modly demonstrated that—at least in the case of procurement challenges—the U.S. Navy does best when responsible leaders are identified, empowered and…

In today’s competitive world, it is important that the software or the products released to the buyers reflect true value for the amount they incur to buy or use the product. Thorough testing of the products helps create quality products that provide value for money. Various software tests are performed at different stages of software development and testing is also conducted on the finished product, prior to its release. This testing is done to ensure…

At the recent Microsoft Inspire conference, CEO Satya Nadella has estimated digital transformation as a $4.5 trillion market. He further stated, “With increasing digitization, where every part of our society and economy has been fundamentally transformed because of digital technology, the opportunity is greater than ever before. Think about how every product, every service is going to have digital cogs associated with it. It’s no longer just building an information system that keeps track of your products…

At the recent Microsoft Inspire conference, CEO Satya Nadella has estimated digital transformation as a $4.5 trillion market. He further stated, “With increasing digitization, where every part of our society and economy has been fundamentally transformed because of digital technology, the opportunity is greater than ever before. Think about how every product, every service is going to have digital cogs associated with it. It’s no longer just building an information system that keeps track of your products…

Last two decades have seen a tremendous increase in the web. In 1998 there were around 2.4 Million websites, now there are around 1.8 billions. An that is exactly an increase of 74900%. Not just this, the number of internet users have shot up by 2727% from 147 million in 1998 to 4,157 millions in 2018. The number of mobile users back in 1998 were 318 millions whereas in 2018 it’s 7740 millions. A straight advancement of 2333%. Growth in…

Top 5 Cross-Browser Testing Tools Remember two decades ago when everyone around the world used Internet Explorer even though it sucked but because it used to be the only option available? The internet has evolved and today everyone has access to internet technologies at their palm with a lot of options available. Today we have a number of operating systems and browsers used across the world by millions of web users on desktop and mobile…

Compatibility tests are performed in order to help prevent hemolytic transfusion reactions which may be caused by antibodies of the ABO blood group system or by antibodies to other blood group antigens. Compatibility testing includes verification of the ABO & Rh type of the donor blood and the following tests on recipient’s blood: ABO and Rh typingAntibody screen for unexpected antibodiesCrossmatch between donor red cells and recipient serum. Timing of Compatibility Testing A sample must be…

Nvidia has announced it will be releasing a driver that will enable its version of variable refresh rate technology – G-Sync – to work on monitors that have until now only supported its rival AMD’s version, called FreeSync. With it comes a problem, though – it’s found that the vast majority of FreeSync monitors aren’t up to its high standards for image quality, with many exhibiting visual issues such as flickering and artifacts. This is…

The USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78), is returning to Naval Station Norfolk after about three weeks at sea. Once the carrier safely tied to a pier, the Navy is set to celebrate one of the ship’s longest at-sea periods since entering the fleet two years ago. No longer a berthing barge, the thirteen billion dollar USS Ford can now be characterized as a helicopter carrier, inching towards functional aircraft carrier status. If the USS Ford’s first long sea cruise proves…