Mobile Application Development

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How the “Digital Quality Handbook” Was Born

Travel back with me… to late September 2016. It’s the Jewish New Year, and I am in Boston, MA. As I celebrate the passing of another great year, I think to myself, “After being in the software quality space for nearly 20 years, isn’t it about time that I reach out to the community of thought leaders and influencers and create an asset that can fill a gap in the market that we can give [...]

Definition of Done is Key to Releasing Better Apps

Do you know what’s in your definition of done? Do you have a shared understanding of what is needed by your team to scale DevOps? Do you know what your users expect before you call that feature complete? The Goal: Move Fast, Close Well At the heart of app development is the user story, a discrete statement of a goal. User stories translate to capabilities, features, and eventually code changes. When written clearly, these stories [...]

Identifying Root Causes for Flaky UI Tests Through Automated Testing

As part of my research at Perfecto, I keep track of activities that customers use to improve the speed at which they deliver web and mobile apps through automated testing. My current role grants me visibility into aspects of the broader process of software delivery beyond that which a day job of coding, estimation, and standup meetings typically provides. I'm glad to share three key areas that help to improve velocity by driving quality into [...]

Mobile Testing of Location-Powered Android Apps

Mobile Testing Background Have you ever been in a situation where you’re trying to hail a car service or find a nearby coffee shop and your phone location has you a few blocks away, and the circle covers a two miles radius? Understandably, it drives users nuts! This is why it's important to have mobile testing for your location-based app.   Figure 1: Location accuracy could impact where your driver would pick you up. Many [...]

A Winning Recipe for Open Source Test Automation Frameworks

There’s no doubt that the bulk of software delivery today relies on test automation through open-source test frameworks. In a recent blog post, we highlighted some of the main differences around the leading frameworks such as Appium, Selenium, Calabash, Espresso and XCTest UI. As a quick summary, the key points that were identified as critical for success in adopting an open-source is to have these 3 robust ingredients supporting that framework: 24x7 available and elastic [...]

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