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This testing grid is intended to act as a set of actions which are to be attempted in a number of different environments (read: hardware and software combinations) in order to ensure broad compatibility and continued functionality of the Storytelling Tool. If the tool changes such that the devices listed are no longer supported, new functionality is added, or the list in some other way no longer accurately reflects real-world usage of the Tool, please feel free to make contributions to the grid.

When a particular device is able to pass a sequence, the applicable cell in the grid is to be marked "Pass" and the background colour changed to green (Confluence offers some quick cell background choices in its editing tools). If the device does not pass a particular sequence, the cell is to be marked "Fail" and the background set to red. Where the sequence is not applicable, e.g. on a desktop where camera capture isn't an option, the cell is to be marked "N/A" and the background set to yellow.

The devices and software versions listed are based on what is currently available for use by staff at the IDRC, and though it should not necessarily be seen as prescriptive, reasonable attempts should be made to access these when testing.


List last updated: January 18, 2019

Device NameOS & VersionBrowser & Version

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Apple iPad Mini 2iOS 12.1.1Safari














Apple iPad Air 2iOS 12.1.1Safari














Apple iPad 2iOS 9.3.5Safari














Lenovo T450sWindows 10 Pro build 1809Chrome 71



N/AN/A
N/AN/A
N/AN/A


Lenovo T450sWindows 10 Pro build 1809Firefox 64



N/AN/A
N/AN/A
N/AN/A


Lenovo T450sWindows 10 Pro build 1809Edge 44



N/AN/A
N/AN/A
N/AN/A


Lenovo T450sWindows 10 Pro build 1809Internet Explorer 11



N/AN/A
N/AN/A
N/AN/A


Google Pixel 3Android 9 PieChrome 71














LG Nexus 5XAndroid 8.1 OreoChrome 61














LG Nexus 5XAndroid 8.1 OreoFirefox 64














Asus Nexus 7Android 5.1.1 LollipopChrome 71



















































Action sequences (to be fleshed out at some point):

  1. Story Builder: User is able to publish a story with no blocks and no other fields filled in
  2. Story Builder: User is able to publish a story with one empty block of each type and no other fields filled in (empty, but with empty blocks too)
  3. Story Builder: User is able to publish a story with two text blocks
  4. Story Builder: User is able to publish a story with two image blocks, both images uploaded from the file system*
  5. Story Builder: User is able to publish a story with two image blocks, both images captured from the device*
  6. Story Builder: User is able to publish a story with two image blocks, one image captured, one image uploaded*
  7. Story Builder: User is able to publish a story with two audio blocks, both files uploaded from the file system*
  8. Story Builder: User is able to publish a story with two audio blocks, both files captured from the device*
  9. Story Builder: User is able to publish a story with two audio blocks, one file captured, one file uploaded*
  10. Story Builder: User is able to publish a story with two video blocks, both files uploaded from the file system*
  11. Story Builder: User is able to publish a story with two video blocks, both files captured from the device*
  12. Story Builder: User is able to publish a story with two video blocks, one file captured, one file uploaded*
  13. Story Builder: User can publish a story with one block of each type and all the fields filled in.
  14. Story Builder: Imagery in the editor changes along with UIO contrast theme changes

* for the sequences that require two images, videos, audio files, etc. the intent is that these files be different from one another. E.g. for two uploaded images, make sure they're different images.

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