How to select the right mobile app testing tool
Mobile application testing consists of numerous tasks where each process has to be carried out in a painstaking manner. Preparing an optimal strategy for mobile application testing is the most important task to complete, closely followed by selecting a suitable testing tool to carry out your strategy. This facilitates minimized human error and slashed average testing duration by a considerable amount. This also helps accelerate your application’s time-to-market as well as increase ROI in the long run.
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Key Elements of Setting Up Testing Standards
Setting up testing standards are imperative aspects of the validation process involved in software testing. Understanding and considering the key elements of setting up testing standards could maximize the chances of impeccable software product delivery. Check out this video to know how to maximize your QA success by setting up testing standards! ...
The Optimal Percentage of API Service Testing in Mobile Apps
There are different types of testing techniques used to test multi-tier client-server applications for which multiple types of testing tools and strategies are used. When we observe closely, the majority of mobile applications talk to a backend server to run many primary tasks, besides they consist of a unique set of constraints in their ecosystem, thus testing the communication between client and servers becomes harder. If the testing team can pull this stretch without any flaws, analyzing the optimal percentage of API service testing in mobile apps becomes easier.
API Service Testing in Mobile Apps
Back then, testers were dependent on the waterfall method to engage application testing, but Agile followed API testing changed the game by eliminating many road-blocks in a testing phase and facilitated design teams, development teams, and database teams to contribute their part in Quality Assurance of the application. Testers then started defining Service and App testing to minimize the investment cost, which in turn helped them to keep the defects rate at a minimum level.
Optimal QA Solution for Mobile Apps
The field of mobile application development and testing has only been reaching new heights in the last few years, with businesses adopting Digital Transformation technologies to keep up with advancement. The rapid adoption of Agile and DevOps methodology is mere proof in this regard. The following stats demonstrate how crucial mobile apps could be for any business to succeed and grow consistently.
Lessons from Iowa: Keep Your Customers' Data Safe with Robust Quality Assurance
“Iowa Democrat’s First Failure Was Not Testing That Calamitous App”“Personal Data of All 6.5 Million Israeli Voters Is Exposed”“At Least 80% of Shopping Apps Leak Users’ Data” We’ve talked a lot about the value of quality assurance (QA) in creating seamless user experiences. After all, easy and bug-free digital experiences can lead to greater brand loyalty and sales. More impor ...
Efficient Methods of Web & Mobile Test Case Documentation
As a testing team, you are used to writing test cases that are exclusively tied to a single application (web/mobile). Each and every time you want to test a new application, you start writing from scratch. Instead, developers & testers need techniques to utilize the existing test cases for improved productivity. The major segment of testing is designing and writing compel ...
Fail Faster: The Value of Automated UI Testing
My technical comrades and I aren’t known for loving fluff. For me, business always been about function over form—quality of product over fanciness of packaging. But in the world of application development, the two have become so intertwined as to be indistinguishable. In fact, in many industries, the User Interface (UI) layer of an application is the only part of a company that customers interact with. From customer support and administrative tasks to the actual purchase and usage, product and package are one and the same. If code breaks on the front end of your app, it doesn’t matter how well it’s supposed to function, because the user will never be able to use that function. That’s why I’m surprised more companies aren’t automating testing at the UI layer.