Depending on the geography, culture, and local perceptions, a word has a different understanding and perception and probably paints another picture for the users. Thus, multi-geography, multi-cultural software should take care of the culture and perceptions of the intended audiences. It is essential for software to be validated for local usage based on culture, perception, and statutory regulations and requirements.
Therefore, software needs to undergo, along with functional testing, a variety of universal tests like Localization (L10N), Internationalization (L18N), and Globalization (G10N) testing. This is done through the K-LOK framework.
We create the test scenarios and cases depending on L18N, L10N, and G10N and match the servers with the local information before execution. The approach ensures there is no deviation in the obtained outcome.
We identify the requirements and strategize for L18N and L10N.
Test scenarios, test cases, and data design are taken care of.
Servers are matched with local information, which could be single or more.
We execute the L18N, L10N, and G10N test cases.
The last step is to prioritize the defects, get the reports and start with the analysis.
Adding to localization, internationalization, and globalization testing, the K-LOK framework’s service umbrella also covers culture-based test coverage. The framework not only enhances user experience but also cuts costs and facilitates continuous value creation.
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