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Fix UI issues or bugs that arise to ensure quality code across HTML5, CSS3, SASS, JQuery, JavaScript, PHP, MySQL, MSSQL, AngularJS, ReactJS, NodeJS and more.. Find Bug Fixing Services WFH freelancers on February 02, 2023 who work remotely. Read less

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What skills do good bug fixing experts have?
The competent "bug fixer" will likely be a software QA & Testing engineer with deep experience in Automation Framework testing tools such as Selenium on .NET or Java, Cucumber, Watir+Ruby, Squish, Load Runner; using test automation in functional, acceptance, Load Test and integration testing. They will have good JavaScript writing skills and understand C/C++ Development. Those problem-solving skills are usually married with experience in Agile or Software development / lifecycle experience and the person you're looking for will be able to put all this together with a bug tracking system like JIRA or Microsoft Visual Studio IDE and automated build systems e.g. Jenkins or TeamCity.
Ultimately, to reduce Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ), bug testers will spend a lot of time writing test cases and systems, then using custom software applications and determine what functionality should be tested through QA automation. That brief can stretch from API testing with API QA testing tools (Postman, SOAPtest, Selenium, RestAssured) to more commonly identifying, recording and tracking bugs in Jira associated with the development and testing against custom web and software applications. Tasks will also commonly include end-to-end tests for software releases using Bitbucket, or using Javascript test frameworks such as CypressIO, MochaJS and Jest. Companies will often want a lot of follow up reviewing test results to identify areas of improvement, and this can be done either by successive QA testers or teams collaborating with software developers to resolve issues and recommend solutions.
Selenium is an open-source (free) testing system that lets you test and record code in the browser to make sure it is acting the way it was intended to do by the developer across multiple operating systems and web browsers. Generally Selenium works on JavaScript browsers. Selenium IDE is simply a Firefox Add-on for testers so you don't need to copy the entire Selenium Core onto a serer to continue testing it can run in the browser, recording actions and interact with DOM (Document Object Model), a programming interface for HTML, using native JavaScript calls. Tests with Selenium first need to localize design patterns for maintainable and reusable bits of code that should always have a known starting point. For example, the opening of a certain webpage on a web application. Selenium tests are independent of each other to minimize the implications failures in the system can have, and they generally work one a time.
Yes, Selenium is a good choice to test web applications designed using AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript & XML) calls where JavaScript makes a request on the server, then updates your screen without reloading the webpage. Data may be transfered as XML or more usally using the more lightweight, JSON, JavaScript Object Notation, which doesn't rely on the extra overhead of opening and closing tags needed in XML. The major issue in testing is the QA engineer has no way of knowing the loading time for an AJAX web page, so uses a "wait method" where Selenium essentially freezes it's own process mid-way through tests until a response is received for a test case with commands such as ThreadSleep, Implicit Wait, Explicit Wait, WebdriverWait, Fluent Wait. Learn more about AJX: https://www.w3schools.com/xml/ajax_intro.asp

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