A Beginner’s Adventure Into Browser-Based Testing Tools

As a web developer, let’s say you are already aware of the need to test pretty much anything you build. It’s part of your normal process as you build new functionality or content into your sites. You make a change, you check to see whether it works. After you’ve built your site, you generally give it a once over, to make sure everything is working as you planned.

Everything looks good, so you launch your site. Suddenly, people start complaining that this button or that form doesn’t work. You run through a test again, and you start…