Test Management Add-ons for Jira || Zephyr

Testing is an Integrated in to project Cycle to allow you to track the Quality of the Software and take deciosn for go and no go . Test issues can be created , report , track just like other Jira issues . Visualize all test executions by story; get a better sense of what has been tested and its level of quality, link features between the Test Cycles and Sprints, and track status and quality metrics with burndown charts and test boards.


Could We repeat that What is Web application?

Search the phrase “what is web application ” on google there are hundred of articles you find . this article is also one of them to understand that what is web application and we are here to repeat the same .

Lets start …

web-applicationWeb Application , Application Runs on browser take information as a inputs and store on web server for retrieving it next time ,web application architecture principal is “Request & Response” .

In Web Application your web Browser work as a client end and communicate with web server where the information is stored , Web server served the information to the client as per requested  by client and response by the web server.

Web applications ease the developer of the accountability of structure a client for a particular type  of computer or a specific operating system. Since the client runs in a web browser, They can be running windows 8,Windows XP or Windows Vista, Linux , MAC. They can even be using Internet Explorer , Firefox, Chrome or Safari  though some applications require a specific web browser

Web applications usually use a combination of server-side script (ASP, PHP, etc) and client-side script (HTML, Javascript, etc.) to develop the application. The client-side script deals with the appearance of the information while the server-side script deals with all the hard  objects like storing and retrieving the information.

What is the Future of Web Applications?

Most web applications are based on the client-server architecture where the client enters information while the server stores and retrieves information. Internet mail is an example of this, with companies like Yahoo and MSN offering web-based email clients.

The new push for web applications is crossing the line into those applications that do not normally need a server to store the information. Your word processor, for example, stores documents on your computer, and doesn’t need a server.
Web applications can provide the same functionality and gain the benefit of working across multiple platforms. For example, a web application can act as a word processor, storing information and allowing you to ‘download’ the document onto your personal hard drive.

If you have seen the new Gmail or Yahoo mail clients, you have seen how sophisticated web applications have become in the past few years. Much of that sophistication is because of AJAX, which is a programming model for creating more responsive web applications.