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    Query about Cross browser Compatibility testing

    Hi friends,

    In my company i am checking the application in 5 browser. The Application check for Cross Browser Testing.
    Also i am new in cross browser testing. I am check the application one page in each browser one by one. Means one page first check in IE than same page in mozilla, google chrome, opera, safari. This way i am check the cross browser testing.
    I am check the usability & functionality of the application in each browser correct or not.
    So please tell me is i am doing correct testing or not. If No then please tell me the process.

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    Re: Query about Cross browser Compatibility testing

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    I am check the usability & functionality of the application in each browser correct or not.
    So please tell me is i am doing correct testing or not.

    [/ QUOTE ]

    Seems reasonable.
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    Re: Query about Cross browser Compatibility testing

    It seems reasonable! My suggestion is that you also can cross OSs when do compatibility testing.
    Example:
    1. XP with IE6
    2. Vista with FF
    3. Win 7 with Chrome
    4. Mac OS with Safari
    ...

    There are many combinations, at least you should cover all browsers.
    Testing is testing...

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    Re: Query about Cross browser Compatibility testing

    Make sure that you set the priorities for different browsers before you start testing.

    Also check for 32-bit & 64-bit browsers. You can find something different with 64-bit due to lack of available plugins.
    Best Regards,
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    Re: Query about Cross browser Compatibility testing

    Have you tried understanding more about your tests to understand what needs to be tested on each browser? I don't mean to say that what you are saying is wrong, but maybe you are wasting part of your time testing stuff that can should not change between the browser (under reasonable risk assumptions, obviously).

    For example, maybe check presentation on all browsers, but if you are using embedded or standard 3rd party components maybe you can test them in half your browsers?

    You should talk to your development or test management to understand if there are safe assumptions to make that will save you part of your work.

    My 2 cents.
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    Re: Query about Cross browser Compatibility testing

    Hello,

    If you are still looking for systematic cross browser testing, you can look at "Tester Bench for jQuery"
    http://testjquery.com/.

    It is easy to install and easy to learn. The tests are portable from browser to browser. Once you define your test, you can execute it on any browser. Safari at the moment can be tested only under Windows. Opera support will be added in August.

    Cheers,
    Mike

 

 

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