Automated Visual Classification of DOM-based Presentation Failure Reports for Responsive Web Pages

by Ibrahim Althomali, Gregory M. Kapfhammer, and Phil McMinn

Software Testing, Verification and Reliability, To Appear


Since it is common for the users of a web page to access it through a wide variety of devices — including desktops, laptops, tablets, and phones — web developers rely on responsive web design (RWD) principles and frameworks to create sites that are useful on all devices. A correctly implemented responsive web page adjusts its layout according to the viewport width of the device in use, thereby ensuring its design suitably features the content. Since the use of complex RWD frameworks often leads to web pages with hard-to- detect responsive layout failures (RLFs), developers employ testing tools that generate ... [more]


Reference

Ibrahim Althomali, Gregory M. Kapfhammer, and Phil McMinn. Automated Visual Classification of DOM-based Presentation Failure Reports for Responsive Web Pages. Software Testing, Verification and Reliability, To Appear


Bibtex Entry
@article{AlthomaliToAppear,
  author  = "Althomali, Ibrahim and Kapfhammer, Gregory M. and McMinn, Phil",
  title   = "Automated Visual Classification of DOM-based Presentation Failure Reports for Responsive Web Pages",
  journal = "Software Testing, Verification and Reliability",
  year    = "To Appear"
}