Mobile Testing

Mobile Testing (4)

 

 

Thursday, 28 January 2016 00:00

Mobile Testing

Written by

Over the last decade, we have seen an explosive growth in the usage of mobile devices, mobile applications, service/application providers and web content. The key drivers for mobility testing include:

Mobile Testing

  • Mobile environments differ – unlike the traditional wired environment in PCs with high memory capacity, mobile phones are wireless devices with wireless infrastructure with a software exclusively designed for low memory phones operating on a wireless environment
  • Deliver higher quality apps – increase consumer satisfaction and fulfill their expectations and requirements – all of which lead to increased mobile revenue and profits!
  • Get To Market Faster - avoid costly delays by testing throughout the application development process and also to ensure reduced support costs
  • Global testing coverage – to validate  applications across operating systems, platforms, languages, and more

Our Mobility Testing service ensures all-round testing of your mobile applications for functionality, performance, security, interruption, longevity, conformance, usability, etc. We also validate the mobile application integration with various enterprise applications where ever applicable.

 

 

Offerings

Functional Testing
Testing of mobile applications for various scenarios based on specifications. This testing also involves the manual verification of the interfaces of the app with the given requirements
Usability Testing
Interruption:
Testing done to verify the stability of the application when there are interrupts from other applications (call manager etc.,) working on the phone, push services, a call, an SMS.
Longevity:
Longevity testing, also called as endurance testing, evaluates the application ability to handle a constant, moderate work load for a long time. In addition to this Mobile device performance should be verified under various conditions namely
  • Full memory
  • Low memory
  • Low battery
  • Low network signal strength
  • External Memory usage
  • Updating the software
Accessibility:

Testing the application for Web content accessibility, Mobile Application Accessibility, WCAG 2.0 Guidelines

Compatibility:

Testing application on devices with different service provider, wireless, bandwidth etc

Security Testing:

Testing the application security from access credentials to vulnerability of the app, how good it is in protecting data and maintaining functionality as intended.

Performance Testing:

The purpose of performance testing is to identify and isolate the performance bottlenecks and to optimize code that has bottlenecks.

Automation

Automation of repeatable test cases using tools that are specific for Mobile Application automation such as Appium, Selenium, Genymotion, TestQuest Pro, SeeTest etc.

Thursday, 08 October 2015 00:00

Future Of Mobile Application Automation

Written by

AppiumIntroduction to Appium:

Appium is a mobile automation tool based on very well known and widely accepted web automation tool "Selenium".Appium guys have actually extended Selenium Webdriver API for mobile automation support.

Appium library has extended RemoteWebDriver class from Selenium API and created AndroidDriver and IOSDriver classes to support mobile automation on Android/IOS platforms. 

Working of Appium:

Appium is very similar to Selenium in communication and architecture.It uses JSON-wire protocol for communication and supports script development in languages like:Java,C#,Python,Ruby,PHP,Java Script

Appium uses automation frameworks which comes with Software Development Kits(SDK) of Android/IOS

On Android it uses UIAutomator and on IOS it uses UIAutomation.

Appium supports automation of all kinds of mobile applications like Native,web and hybrid.

Monday, 31 August 2015 00:00

Appium: Setup for Android - Windows

Written by

Appium setup for Android in Windows OS

This post talks about the following sections
 
   1. JDK Installation
   2. Android SDK Installation
   3. Appium Installation
Thursday, 20 August 2015 00:00

APPIUM Tutorial For Beginners

Written by

AppiumAPPIUM is a freely distributed open source mobile application UI testing framework. Appium allows native, hybrid and web application testing and supports automation test on physical devices as well as on emulator or simulator both. It offers cross-platform application testing i.e. single API works for both Android and iOS platform test scripts.

It has NO dependency on Mobile device OS. Because, APPIUM has framework or wrapper that translate Selenium Webdriver commands into UIAutomation (iOS) or UIAutomator (Android) commands depending on the device type not any OS type.

Appium supports all languages that have Selenium client libraries like- Java, Objective-C, JavaScript with node.js, PHP, Ruby, Python, C# etc.

 

Tag widget

Contact us

ItProBit

2 London road

London

CR0 4UU

 

Tel: +44 771 832 0149

Email : info@itprobit.com

Flickr widget