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What Is Front end Testing?

Front-end Testing is testing Graphical User Interface (GUI), functionality and usability of website or application.

For Example: If you enter your name into the frontend of application, numbers should not be accepted. Another example would be checking the alignment of GUI elements.

 

What is Node.js?

Node.js is a server-side platform built on Google Chrome's JavaScript Engine. It uses a non-blocking, event-driven I/O model. It allows developers to create data-intensive real-time applications that run across distributed devices. Its applications are written in JavaScript. It can be run on OS X, Microsoft Windows, and Linux operating systems. It is widely used to run real-time server applications.

 

What is Frontend Testing?

Frontend Testing is a type of testing that checks the Presentation layer of a 3 Tier Architecture.

In layman's term, you are checking the GUI - anything that is visible on screen, client -side. For a web application, front-end testing would involve checking functionalities like forms, graphs, menus, reports, etc. as well as associated Javascript. Frontend testing is a term that covers a variety of testing strategies. A tester needs a good understanding of business requirements to perform this type of testing.

 

There are many front-end development tools that accelerate web development. Here is a curated list of tools with key features and download links.

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Following are important certificates for an IT Professionals.

 

 

What is an SDET?

SDET is an IT professional who can work equally effectively in development and testing. Full form of SDET is Software Development Engineer in Test and he/she takes part in the complete software development process.

An SDET's professional's knowledge is entirely focused on testability, robustness, and performance. They are also able to play a contributory or reviewer role in the creation of designs for production software.