Context matters, and making sure that a product is usable on an actual device is an important concept. Testing emails on touch screens, on different operating systems and even in different lighting conditions can give many insights into whether or not something will actually work for your users.
2. Let Users Guide Your Development Strategy
Following the hacker ethos of 'move fast and break things' is becoming common practice when rolling out dramatic changes with a small, communicative …
Testing is crucial ''as we showed in our little parable. We use Litmus to test all our emails before they go out. But you can't just rely on a service. You have to pick up a device. Around the office each of us has an iPhone and iPad at our desk. We have several and devices lying around. While relying solely on an email testing service is easy, it's amazing how much just looking at an email on a device can save your butt.
5. Ship it out!
Testing multiple inputs and outputs of the tool is important for verifying the behaviour of the tool in the wild.
Specifically, we want to know the same inputs create the same outputs if we make a change to the tool, and we want to know that new inputs we add are valid in multiple use cases.
We also don't want to write test cases for each instance of test data - generating the tests automatically would be ideal.
Our first approach at doing this was to glob a bunch of test data and test …
We did our best to eliminate bugs and problems during the testing release, but this is a software, so bugs are expected. If you encounter them, please report them to our bug tracking system .
Errata can be found in our documentation. …XtraDB Cluster
Diane at 5:13 describes her customers as students, but notes that their parents, the post-secondary education system (colleges and universities), employers, and even society at large are invested …
Fixed a bug in our Debian/packages causing `passenger-install-nginx-module` not to be able to compile .
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PICT stands for Pairwise Independent Combinatorial Testing. One could also call it PECT - Pairwise Exclusion - as that is what it does (and what Pairwise testing is all about): it excludes "duplicates" (2-way, 3-way, etc.) in option combinations. If you read the article on QICT, how this works should be clear now.
Next, consider PictMaster: a ‘GUI to' …
Testing your check
Sincechecks are simple executables, now you only need to run your check manually in all appropriate scenarios to validate that your check works as expected.
No one's created an automated test harness yet for Sensu checks. So manual testing will have to do for now :-)
The last step of creating a Sensu check is to visit the sensu-community-plugins repo, create a pull request and share your check with the world. You're probably …
Your customers will show you the product they need. Testing our ideas helps us learn more about things we previously knew little about and gives us a much clearer understanding of which directions we should move next. It can also helps us course-correct and avoid building the wrong product.
Observe and interview customers as they interact with your prototype.
Observe and interview customers as they interact with competitive products.
Summary/report of our …
Preparing your app
public directory contains static files. All files in this directory are automatically served by the web server. For example, if there's a file public/foo.jpg , then any requests to /foo.jpg will be handled by the web server, …