He suggests that, compared with a simple RWD approach, device experience or RESS (responsive web design with server-side components) approaches can provide a user experience that is better optimized for mobile devices.Server-side "dynamic CSS" implementation of stylesheet languages like Sass or Incentivated's MML can be part of such an approach by accessing a server based API which handles the device (typically mobile handset) differences in conjunction with a device capabilities database in order to improve usability.With Bug Buster you can implement test scenarios that will check that all your key features are working correctly, and find regression problems before they start causing problems to your users, cost you time, money, and reputation.
Web Sites providing application type featues are frequently called Web Applications.
Bug Buster can test any type of web site or web application, as long as the front-end is written using HTML, Java Script and CSS.
This being said, it provides different functionalities, some of them being better suited for websites (that tend to contain more content), and other for web apps.
For these reasons, in this guide we use both terminologies to refer to the project you are testing with Bug Buster: Web Site or Web Application.
It enables crawling the site and making all sorts of check on many different screen or pages, without having to explicitly embed in the test script the URLs or locations that need to be checked.