Reserve your seat now and mark your calendar! Our next webinar will go through how you can leverage test automation frameworks to test mobile applications built with react native. The webinar will include a Q&A session at the end so join us to ask our expert about how to adopt test automation for your react native apps.
How to Efficiently Automate Testing of React Native Apps
Date: 14th of December 2016
Time: 11:00am PST
Target audience: React Native developers, app developers, QA, Managers
React Native is a fresh newcomer into mobile app development landscape and lots of Android and iOS apps are getting built based on this platform. React Native provides a unique approach and number of benefits to build apps to be cross-platform compatible on native Android and iOS platforms.
There is a myriad of different options for testing React Native apps, including test patterns and setup provided by React Native. Learn the best practices, get the best tips and tricks, and ask any questions related to getting React Native apps tested.
Join this webinar to learn how React Native applications can be tested, how to adopt test automation and use the best open source frameworks getting your React Native apps thoroughly tested.
In this webinar, the following topics are covered:
- The React Native architecture from the testing point of view
- Different frameworks for React Native test automation
- The impact of programming language selection for test automation
- Break-down of available tools, methods and frameworks
At the end of the webinar there will be 15 minutes allocated for questions and answers.
Ville-Veikko Helppi – Bitbar
Ville-Veikko heads the marketing and ecosystem building operations at Bitbar. He has more than 15 years of experience in the embedded engineering, business and leadership roles. Ville-Veikko holds an MSc in Technology and an MSc in Economics and Business Administration from the University of Oulu Finland.
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