Rob Lambert, author of The Social Tester, took a series of his posts – and a few extra ideas – and packaged them into a handy (free) PDF eBook.
Titled “36 Days of Web Testing” the book is designed to help “those new to testing websites and web applications. This could be people new to the product quality and testing industries, but also those working in web design and new media who wanted to know what to look for when testing.” It covers topics like web accessibility, cross browser issues, browser extensions, http and https, load times and a slew of other things that web testers need to be on the lookout for. Each section gets a “why” and “how introduction and includes useful hints and resource links.
Whether you’re new to testing, new to website testing or just want to make sure you’re not missing (or haven’t forgotten about) any crucial tests, this book can help you out.
Special thanks to Adventures in QA for drawing our attention to this awesome resource!