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Choosing the Right Testing Strategy to Scale up Mobile App Testing

As soon as we hear the word mobile, we realize that it has majorly occupied the human space. Internet, videos, music, social networks, navigation, etc. you name it and you’ve got it. The relationship between mobile apps and human beings has become an unshakable bond. As the mobile app trends progress, it becomes a dire need to have a robust ...

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A Summary of the Mobile App Testing Trends Report 2021

There are a lot of developers creating thousands of new apps almost every day. With so many apps available in the market, there is no room for error, as consumers are looking for the quality and utility of the apps. With the influx of new apps, there has been an enormous upheaval in abandoning apps as well. Now how do ...

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Key Aspects to Consider While Creating a Successful Continuous Testing Methodology

Organizations today ought to understand thoroughly that there is a critical difference in implementing an effective test automation strategy and a continuous testing strategy. Adopting Continuous Testing Methodology is certainly a better approach and has an edge over traditional software test automation. Although both the terms are used synonymously sometimes, there is a significant difference in the functions and meanings ...

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Ultimate Guide to Apply Field Testing for Mobile Application

Field Testing and Its Importance Field testing is a critical step in the last phase of mobile testing. After all regression tests pass, testers would go into the real environment to verify an application’s usability and behavior. The purpose of field testing is to determine how an application works before releasing it to end-users. Therefore, teams test to see how ...

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Simulators vs Emulators vs Real Devices | Mobile Testing Differences

Mobile testing involves spotting bugs in a mobile application and fixing them – ranging from identifying sign-up issues, breaking in the payment process, or finding glitches in navigation before it hits the market. This testing can be done manually or with automation, and utilizing the right testing strategy helps meet all quality and usability requirements. Among the elements necessary for ...

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A Java Test Class Doesn’t Test a Class

If you write tests badly, you end up with a Curdled Test Fixture, where there’s an unholy mess of unrelated tests in the same class. At Interview A great job interview question is to ask someone what test automation they’ve constructed and how they came to do it. A not-great answers is “none”. In my experience, worse than that is ...

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Top 8 Strategies for Successful Cross Browser Testing

We live in an age where more than 5 lakh websites are created daily. As of today there are nearly 4 million websites in the world out of which only 1.5 million are active. What about the rest? As per records 90% of the web applications fail to work because of browser compatibility issues and 62% of mobile application uninstalls ...

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How To Upgrade From Selenium 3 To Selenium 4?

Selenium 4, the latest version of the Selenium framework, has become the talk of the town since its announcement in 2018. The excitement around Selenium 4 is evident since it is packed with a host of new features and enhancements than its predecessor. Though there is no official announcement on the ‘final’ release of Selenium 4, Selenium users and test ...

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The Temporary Test Property

Just because you can make a variable a long-term property of a test fixture doesn’t mean you should. This is the Everything is a Property test smell. It may be seen in languages such as JavaScript where there’s a master let setting up some useful variables for various tests to use to assign values to. I’ve more seen it in ...

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