10 tips for better testing

Web development is more complicated now than a few years ago. Web design tools, browser features, frontend frameworks and best practices change almost monthly and there is always something to update. And with this comes risk. How can we be sure these changes won't have unintended side effects?

Testing is all about mitigating risk. If a user has trouble using a site, they are less likely to come back and more likely to jump over to a competitor. By checking every decision that gets made when developing a site, it reduces the chance that users will have a sub-par experience (brilliant web hosting will help you analyse problems with your site).

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Matt Crouch

Matt Crouch is a front end developer who uses his knowledge of React, GraphQL and Styled Components to build online platforms for award-winning startups across the UK. He has written a range of articles and tutorials for net and Web Designer magazines covering the latest and greatest web development tools and technologies.