What’s Trending with Mobile Test Automation Frameworks

Device runs at Bitbar Public Cloud
Device runs at Bitbar Public Cloud

For several years, we’ve been providing the most diverse and (by far) the largest mobile device farm for our users. Bitbar Public Cloud (Testdroid Cloud) has been incrementally growing year by year and more device runs have been executed quarter by quarter. Furthermore, every now and then it’s great to deep dive with all this data, gather and analyze the most interesting aspects of how people use their mobile test automation environments and frameworks.

Here are some facts and numbers from our Public Cloud during the last year, especially when it comes to used test automation frameworks with it.

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Tips & Tricks: How to Add A Data File in App Crawler Test Run

Dear Testdroiders,

As many of you know, App Crawler provides a fantastic way to smoke test your Android and iOS apps without need to write tests. This is extremely handy in case of smoke and compatibility testing across different devices. Now, I’d like to walk you through one example of how to add additional files/data to be used by your app. Take a look!

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App Stability on Android vs. iOS (before iOS8)

Android vs. iOS
Android vs. iOS

Dear Testdroiders,

As iOS8 just got out and Kitkat adoption is getting more popular, let’s look back into some statistics about older variants on both platforms. In this summary, we gathered failures from Testdroid Cloud test runs and categorized those under each OS version (by codename on Android and generally all on iOS). The data presents fair comparison of both platforms and decent number of test runs on each OS version. Take a look at this summary!

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The Status of Android Hardware and Software – from App Developer’s Point of View

Hello Testdroiders!

During Q1’2014 we conducted a major research using our data from Testdroid Cloud test runs, tests and Android devices. For this research, we wanted to focus on both hardware and software aspects and how those are causing challenges for developers building their apps and games for an array of different mobile devices.

research-paper

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