Cross Browser Testing
Cross Browser testing is a sort of non-functional screening that allows you to see if your website is optimized as expected when viewed in a variety of browser-OS pairings, such as Firefox, Chrome, Edge, Safari—on any of the common operating systems, including Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android.
It’s all about releasing updates that are as internet explorer as feasible, which really is critical for providing a consistent customer experience across a broad range of browsers and devices.
What is the significance of cross-browser testing?
Assume you’re attempting to access a website that contains an archive of every bongo cat meme ever made. Assume you’re performing that for the first time on your very first MacBook Air.
You launch Safari, type the URL into the address bar, hit Enter, and await for this to complete. None of the GIFs are uploaded when it does. The website is littered with buttons and content. You double-check your connection and restart, only to be greeted by the same display.
In the conclusion, you’ll probably do one of 2 things: believe the website is down and come back later, or think the site is damaged and go to find a replacement.