Testing Table

I work in ADCI Solutions company as a front end developer. When it comes to testing, everybody uses their own methods. I’m not going to tell about them, but I would like to share with you one simple and useful thing which brings all your testing into a system. I call it a Testing table. The first column of this table is a list of pages, views or blocks presented in your project. The first row is a list of browsers, resolutions, devices and what not (depends on the project requirements). When these are added, you can start testing and tracking the results in the table.

Here are several reasons for using it:
  1. You won’t forget anything. When the project is not small this table prevents you from keeping in mind what has already been checked and what not.
  2. You can share it with your team so they could report you the bugs by editing it.
  3. You always see a full picture of the project which can greatly help you planning your further actions.
  4. It’s free.

Here’s the example of the table. Love it, use it and enjoy it!