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Get Started with App Monitoring for Successful Mobile DevOps

Mobile DevOps has very different expectations, criteria and requirements when it comes to successful performance monitoring and general health-level of mobile apps, websites and APIs. The industry has somewhat neglected the fact that monitoring should happen in real locations over REAL networks with real infrastructure. The methods and tools build around mobile monitoring have been […]

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The Costs of Poor User Experience for Mobile Business

Building something that doesn’t meet the expectations right away can be a bad thing. However, sometimes with some types of apps, games and mobile websites, it takes the time to grow big and popular and eventually ends up being true hit products for its creator – and users as well. User Experience (UX), among many […]

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The Rise of Containers in Mobile Test Automation

Container technology and products aren’t new anyhow in mobile development today. The LXCs – Linux containers – which combine certain important kernel components to isolate resources have been around for a decade or so. But to get container technology for everyone the use of popular containerization products such as Docker have helped many mobile developers […]

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What to Include in Containers for iOS App Testing

Container technology has been enabling companies to pack various software components into a single physical package that can be used for various purposes. In mobile app testing, containers are extremely useful and can easily enable clean, secure and scalable test automation with the right set of tools, programming languages, frameworks and literally any software components […]

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The Importance of Mobile OS Version for App Developers

The operating system has a crucial role in all development going on Android and iOS. The applications – whether considered as more traditional applications, gaming apps, hybrid or web apps – are the beef for end-users to get everything out of their devices. All those mobile apps play an essential role in determining if devices, […]

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Use Appium Desktop to Boost Your Appium Efficiency

Appium has been one of the most solid open-source test automation frameworks during the few past years. And despite significant changes in Appium iOS, it seems that this framework is going (again) full steam ahead. The latest addition is the Appium Desktop tool that enables users to work with Appium on their desktops and use […]

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How to Get Started with XCUITest Using Real Devices on Cloud

Apple’s XCUITest has quickly become very popular among the iOS app developers, and testers as well. We’re extremely excited about this framework as it has enabled many of our users to adopt a new framework since UI Automation was deprecated. The XCUITest framework is not really new, but its foundation XCTest has been as part […]

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Expert Interview Series: Marko Kaasila, CEO at Bitbar

Our CEO Marko Kaasila got interviewed by Netscout for his insights and deep knowledge of the mobile testing industry. Read more to see what Marko things of today’s trends in mobile app testing and the best practices how mobile app developers, testers and organizations of different sizes can overcome problems, improve their app quality and […]

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The Essence of Mobile DevOps is To Destroy Silos

The Mobile DevOps is a practice of bringing different disciplines involved in developing, testing, releasing and operating software into a functional inside organization – or by a team that works closely together. By bringing together developers (Dev) and operations (Ops), the team is able to continuously deliver their product based on continuous feedback and iteration. […]

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What’s Trending with Mobile Test Automation Frameworks

For several years, we’ve been providing the most diverse and (by far) the largest mobile device farm for our users. Bitbar Testing 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 […]

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