Using Espresso for Fast and Reliable Feedback

Using Espresso for Fast and Reliable Feedback

Automation | Mobile Application Development | Mobile Application Testing

Last week, we hosted a webinar on Espresso, the UI testing framework for Android native apps. As an introductory, it was great to see a mix of experiences and skill sets in the audience We chose this topic because we see many customers interested in using Espresso, migrating from other frameworks, and combining testing technologies … Continue reading “Using Espresso for Fast and Reliable Feedback”

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Check Out the Latest in Web and Mobile Development Tools

Check Out the Latest in Web and Mobile Development Tools

Mobile Application Development | Mobile Application Testing

Last week we introduced new web and mobile development tools that improve velocity within your SDLC, giving you more time to develop (and spend less time fixing bugs). “Just Let Me Code” was our battle cry as we debuted the tools at DeveloperWeek 2017 in San Francisco. Check out a demo of the latest and … Continue reading “Check Out the Latest in Web and Mobile Development Tools”

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The Path to Agile Testing Through Sprint Planning

The Path to Agile Testing Through Sprint Planning

Automation | Mobile Application Development | Mobile Application Testing

One of the key pillars of Agile is to drive effective interactions between the right individuals. We want to structure teams that are able to deliver value in a complex environment. Since we believe face-to-face interaction amongst co-located individuals is the best medium of communication, we strive to create co-located teams in which all participants … Continue reading “The Path to Agile Testing Through Sprint Planning”

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Testing Functionality, Responsiveness and Rendering on Geico’s Responsive Website

Testing Functionality, Responsiveness and Rendering on Geico’s Responsive Website

Automation | Mobile Application Development | Responsive Web Design

Responsive web development requires detailed attention when incorporating testing practices; the same (hopefully) code is intended to render on many screen sizes and operating systems/versions. In addition, HTML5 functionality may assume access to local sensors to drive a richer and streamlined experience, for example, automatic location detection, further complicating the responsive web test strategy. The … Continue reading “Testing Functionality, Responsiveness and Rendering on Geico’s Responsive Website”

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Shifting Mobile App Quality into the Dev Build Cycles

Shifting Mobile App Quality into the Dev Build Cycles

Mobile Application Development | Mobile Application Testing

There‚Äôs no doubt that quality is becoming a joint team responsibility, and with that in mind it is not enough for traditional QA engineers to develop and execute test automation post a successful build. Expectations around mobile application development teams are growing; they are on the hook to produce quality code. To do this, devs … Continue reading “Shifting Mobile App Quality into the Dev Build Cycles”

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