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Robotic Process Automation: Is It Same As Test Automation?

Automation is in every business leader’s mind these days. They strive to automate their processes to save costs, increase productivity and accuracy, and remove the burden of tedious and repetitive tasks from the shoulders of their employees. This is why Robotic Process Automation is gaining momentum among many businesses. But what is it? Is it […]

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Real Device and Browser Testing Strategy for 2020

With the new year coming in big strides, it’s time to start thinking about your real device and browser testing strategy for 2020. As you can imagine, testing without a proper plan often causes bottlenecks that hinder your apps’ timely release. Therefore, by defining a strategy, your teams can be more productive and publish highly […]

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Enhance Mobile Dev & Testing Process with BDD and Cucumber

What development styles do you utilize in your company – perhaps TDD, ATDD, or BDD? There’s a sheer endless variety of acronyms that involve different mobile development and testing practices. To shed some light on what’s what, we’ve discussed the most popular methods on our blog before. Today, we’re going to dive into BDD (Behavior-Driven […]

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Why You Should Go Framework Agnostic for Test Automation

We’ve already discussed the advantages that businesses gain from using a flexible cloud-based testing platform before. One of the essential features in such a mobile app testing & test automation solution is being framework-agnostic. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at this term and see how QA teams and managers can benefit from such […]

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4 Critical Use Cases for Unlimited Device Testing Concurrency

Over the last few years, we’ve talked to various of our clients across different industries and got to know their test challenges and needs. During these discussions, we learned about the real importance of unlimited device concurrency for enterprises and how it can help make the most of the allocated testing time. In this article, […]

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Appium vs. XCUITest for Automated iOS Testing

Thorough testing of your app must be on your team’s agenda to make your iOS app a success. Especially UI tests help you ensure your app looks the way it should on different devices and operating system (OS) versions. Following many Appium tips and the idea of our previously published article about Appium vs. Espresso, […]

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9 Mobile Testing Types to Double Down for Boosting App Quality

Did you know that the average smartphone owner uses 9 apps per day, 30 per month? These figures aren’t surprising – you can download mobile apps for just about anything, be it for practical purposes or pastime activities. Mobile apps that don’t work correctly, however, are hardly popular. So, to publish high-quality apps that work, you […]

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What’s More Essential for Real Device Testing – Os Version or Phone Model?

You know about the importance of testing your mobile application on real devices. Your customers don’t use emulators, so you can’t rely on them to get tangible test results. However, sometimes, you lack time to test your app before its release date in detail. What should you do? Should you focus on testing a variety […]

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4 Things to Consider When Crafting a Mobile App Testing Strategy

Whether you have experience in developing and publishing mobile apps, or just started: You know that you can’t just not test your app! But how do you go about testing? Do you have a plan at hand? Let’s take a look at the 4 key points you need to consider to create a mobile app […]

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6 Key Factors That Improve Cross Browser Testing

If you start thinking about testing after completing your web application, you’re already too late. The decisions you make before and during development impact and shape testing more than one might think. And not involving testing from the start may lead to some severe problems that can prevent a timely release. In particular, cross browser […]

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