Solving auto-tab bugs with focus commands and valid input types

Aqueelah Aqueelah , February 14th In Blog

Whether it’s a web or native user interface, automatic tabbing has been the best invention since cooked food. Users can fill out an online form on desktop or phone, with the form guiding them conveniently through by automatically advancing to… Read more

Logout button app crash with IBOutlet and IBAction in Swift

Aqueelah Aqueelah , February 8th In Blog

In the article Buttons in UI Design: The Evolution of Style and Best Practices, UX Planet takes us through a journey in time, from three-dimensional drop shadow buttons to skeuomorphic buttons that looked like real-life objects. There are many different… Read more

What makes mobile testing difficult?

Powen Shiah Powen Shiah, January 24th In Blog

Mobile applications offer great opportunities to many companies and industries. Creating quality mobile applications and testing them thoroughly, however, involves certain challenges for even the most robust so ware development organizations. Based on Capgemini’s World Quality Report we analyzed the… Read more

test IO’s recap of 2017: tests, testers, and feature updates

Powen Shiah Powen Shiah, January 22nd In Blog

We took a few moments to look back at 2017. To discover last year’s highlights, check out the recap — all the tests we ran, the bugs we found, and how our QA platform evolved over the course of the… Read more

Mobile app screen view controller bug

Aqueelah Aqueelah , January 22nd In Blog

Xcode, Android Studio, React js, Angular js, Xamarin, no matter your guilty pleasure for app building, you’ve utilized view controllers. Enticing users screen by screen, designing and developing an interface that speaks to their user behavior. What happens if a… Read more

Human creativity at work: cross-site email phishing scam

Powen Shiah Powen Shiah, December 15th In Blog

Every day test IO leverages the creativity and intelligence of our crowd of professional testers to find problems and bugs in software. Still, even we are sometimes surprised by the ingenuity of human beings in finding loopholes and security issues… Read more

November #random archives

Powen Shiah Powen Shiah, December 5th In Blog

Besides the standard office photos of food (both delicious treats people brought in and the less-enticing “who left this here? It’s alive now”), the test IO team’s #random Slack channel was eclectic and amusing in the month of November.

Transmitted transfer bug and the transport layer of the OSI model

Aqueelah Aqueelah , December 1st In Blog

In order to understand transmitted transfers you must first become familiar with the Open System Interconnection (OSI) model, one of the most useful things I learned while studying Information Science. Not only is the OSI model important for understanding network… Read more

Email address bug and inline form validation

Aqueelah Aqueelah , November 24th In Blog

I felt a sense of nostalgia writing this, so much that I had to look up the history of webforms. In the early days, web forms were used mainly for search and submission tasks. The interface was very basic, HTML-based… Read more

Meet our new customer success managers: Juli, Stefan, and Susan

Powen Shiah Powen Shiah, November 23rd In Blog

October was a busy month for new team members here at test IO! We had the good fortune to add three new customer success managers to our team: Stefan Krauss in the Berlin office, and Juli Shimodaira and Susan Yi… Read more