The beta testing phase is the stage where developers and their teams get a heads-up on what the next major update might bring, and what it might not.
The beta testers also get to test new features and work on bug fixes before the update is ready for public consumption.
In other words, the beta testers get to play with beta features before they are ready for wider release.
Here’s what you need to know to plan your next beta test.
How to get started with a beta test If you’re a developer looking to get your hands on the latest updates, you can sign up for an early access beta test through GitHub.
In addition to beta testing, you’ll also be able to submit a bug report and submit code suggestions.
To get started, you will need a GitHub account.
Go to the beta test page and sign up.
The account will give you access to beta tests for any upcoming major updates, including the next alpha and beta release.
Once you’ve signed up for beta testing you can start submitting code suggestions and submitting bug reports.
You can also check out a curated list of upcoming beta tests on GitHub.
You’ll need to have a GitHub user account to submit code requests, but you can create an account with the same account you used to access beta testing.
Once a new alpha or beta is available for beta testers, you’re able to create a beta account.
Once created, the account will have access to all the beta testing features available to public beta testers.
You’re able access this beta account by signing up for it on GitHub and signing up with your GitHub username.
You will need to complete a few steps to get access to this account.
You need to submit the beta code for the alpha or the beta.
You must submit the code through GitHub by the end of the beta period.
You also need to sign up to GitHub with your Google account and then upload your code to GitHub using the link on the beta developer page.
You don’t need to do anything else.
Once the beta is ready to go live, you should be able submit your code suggestions, bug reports and other feedback to GitHub.
GitHub users can then follow beta developers on Twitter, Instagram and Twitter for iOS.
If you’ve used the beta feature before, you may also want to check out the new GitHub beta for developers.
What are the benefits of beta testing?
If you are a developer and want to learn more about how to use the beta features, you are welcome to check them out.
There are some key features to beta test, including: You get to contribute to the development of the software and can request feature changes and bug fixes