In a highly competitive market, rising interest in a new product or service can present gilded opportunities. Yet they are also opportunities easily squandered once that product or service fails to meet customer expectations and/or requirements. That is why quality assurance and quality control remain paramount for those well acquainted with the formula for success.
Although quality assurance and quality control are both parts of the quality management process, they are decidedly not the same. In this article, we'll explore the purposes of quality assurance and control and thereby clarify the differences between them.
Here we go!
How do long website load times make you feel? Perhaps you know what it’s like: the website finally loads, yet still, you cannot click or scroll because of stuff going on in the background.
And once the page finally becomes responsive, there are then crazy animations making everything sluggish and trashy… Ever suffered the experience?
I have – and not long ago. And amazingly, I continue to see it happen, despite there being so many optimization tools and practices at one’s disposal.
Browser rendering optimization is a vast subject covering many areas and involves tools, techniques and endless opportunities to make improvements.
This article will focus mainly on efficient page delivery for the end-user, looking at webpage loading times, how they’re measured and how to improve them when working as a frontend developer.
If there is one crucial factor most successful start-ups have in common - including Amazon, Airbnb and Dropbox - it is that they all began their ventures with a minimum viable product (or 'MVP').
At a time when numerous digital products are being released on a daily basis, most fail in finding a proper market fit.
And yet the reality is that with a minimum viable product a business can very much increase its chances of survival and even those of its market success.