A Week of App Testing Day 1: Introducing the Concept of Mobile App Testing

//A Week of App Testing Day 1: Introducing the Concept of Mobile App Testing

So you’re thinking of building a mobile app or perhaps you’ve already built one; depending on the approach you’ve taken, it could be a web app, a native app, or both. This week, we are going to dig into some excerpts from a new eBook, entitled “Getting Started with Mobile App Testing” designed to help get readers started with mobile app testing basics and provide some mobile app testing tips as well.


Perfecto 6 Steps to Getting Started with Mobile Testing

Over the course of the next 4 days, we will cover topics including:

  • Why Mobile Testing Matters – This seems so obvious, yet we hear from companies every day where testing takes a back seat to getting apps to users. And getting apps to users makes sense, but you have to remember, a bad app experience has downstream consequences including low customer satisfaction, customer attrition, and loss of business.
  • Mobile Device Coverage – This is a topic we love here at Perfecto. Testing on a single device doesn’t mean that your app will work an all devices. And testing on every device in the world is simply un-doable. We’ll help you understand how to reach an adequate level of coverage to ensure app compatibility on devices actually in use in your userbase.
  • Mobile Test Automation that Works – The pace of modern mobile development coupled with the variety of tests required to ensure delivery of a quality product have driven development organizations to implement automation solutions. We’ll talk about what automation means, how to implement software solutions for performing the various tests, and provide an overview of an automated execution environment for triggering test execution.
  • The Cadence of Mobile Testing – The question of “when are we done?” comes up a lot. We’ll look at how testing is evolving from something that happens after the code is delivered, to something that happens within every stage of the SDLC.

So, I hope you agree that we have a lot to look forward to this week. But two things:

  1. If you don’t want to wait, you can download the eBook today. I don’t want to slow you down.
  2. If you have other topics you would like us to cover, I am happy to hear them. Use the comments section below to let us know what you want to learn more about.

Our aim is to provide some good information, and maybe start a good conversation that could start here on the blog, the move across your team, and them make it back to us. See you tomorrow!

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