The realm of testing is like a beehive. Everyone on the team is a worker bee. Features are the eggs/larvae. Each matrix is one way of testing what you have. New tools are the pollen. And quantifiable metrics that relate to something in real life is the honey.
One of these “cells” or matrices in the bee hive is browser testing.
BrowserStack is a web-based browser testing tool that I’ve been using for the past couple of months. They started out really basic. You could test all sorts of browsers, but only on Windows. They then added features to test your system’s file upload system. They also recently added testing in Mac OS X alongside Windows. Given that Apple’s increasing its market share in the computing world every day, it’s a smart move. Being a Mac user, I’m pretty pumped about this.