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TLDR; Emmet Re:view is a useful Chrome extension for responsive layout testing
During my search for responsive testing tools I found Emmet Re:view, and reviewed it.
TLDR; Chrome has built in functionality for visualising media queries
Are there any good tools for helping me with responsive testing so I can see what media queries are used in a page and then resizing to that resolution for testing?
I was asked “Which is the best link checking tool?”. And I don’t know. But I do know that I use Total Validator Pro and a Chrome Plugin called Check My Links.
I wanted to create a very simple, common sense overview of Software Testing. And that is what I have tried to do, in this blog post.
What would be suitable Code Katas for people wanting to learn how to code to support their testing?
TLDR; Another month of lots of content with tools, blog posts, patreon and links
I was testing a system that created particularly long URLs that were hard to read because there were so many query parameters. I needed a way to fix that.
Writing a Chrome Extension is pretty easy (getting it in the Chrome Store is much harder!). In this post I will take the snippet code I wrote to generate CounterStrings and convert it into a Chrome Extension.
During the investigation of a CounterString GitHub search issue, I noticed that the search button displayed for the form I was using did not trigger the search functionality when pressed. In this post I investigate that.
When we find a bug in a system we have to make sure we can isolate it and also reduce the risk that our approach caused the bug, rather than the system having a bug.