Web browsing first began as a system lacking in privacy that allowed users to view simple content in text mode. Since then, the service has evolved in both functionality–allowing you to view complex designs–and in its access methods–said web content can be downloaded encrypted.
The explosion of cloud services brings the bulk of computational load to the servers located on the Internet, freeing up the end devices from having to do this. This new paradigm gives rise to more demanding network requirements, both on the Internet and in the domestic routers used for access. Today we will focus on the requirements of cloud-based video gaming services, which, although incipient, are becoming increasingly accessible.
The concept of code coverage affects any existing software application, from PC programs, mobile apps, the latest application for your SmartTV or router firmware. While it’s not a concept that depends on whether the software is connected to the Internet, it does affect us all. Let’s explain what it is and how to deal with it.