After analyzing hundreds of thousands of employee-generated reviews, CareerBliss found that QA analyst was ranked #2 on their list of happiest jobs. While this may come as a surprise to many testers and QA professionals, CareerBliss Data Scientists (who did not have the happiest job) took into account many factors including compensation, work environment, growth opportunities, company culture, professional reputation, daily tasks, and relationship with the boss and other co-workers to determine the ranking.
One of the most interesting areas in mobile has been the fast evolution of Augmented Reality (AR) platforms and applications utilizing mobile device’s camera in overlaying UI elements over the live video stream in real time. These applications and games create very engaging user experiences but are very difficult to test for the following reasons:
GDC 2016, the largest annual conference and event in gaming industry, is taking place this week. As it’s trending, Virtual Reality (VR) probably will gather the most attractions from the public, but there are a lot more technologies and new games and trends to see at the event.
Many mobile application developers have transformed from the traditional way – manual testing to the modern approach – automated testing for managing mobile app quality. It is basically because they realized how costly and time-consuming it is to do manual testing that triggers an imminent need to make a turnaround.
Yet, the technology of test automation is not accepted or adopted by every developer or tester. Reasons are probably they have an old-fashioned mindset, fear to make a change or have a wrong vision on the time and cost of deploying test automation solution. This blog will focus on this theme and scratches the surface in explaining why the test automation actually saves you money, time and resources – when implemented and adopted efficiently.
Before you roll out an app, you want to make sure that it meets the expectations and satisfaction of your users. Testing functionality solely is not enough to win a user. It is also vital to conduct compatibility and performance testing, as every of your app user could hold a different device model from various OEMs. To deliver the best experience, you need an advanced mobile app testing solution to address your daily tasks and make your life easier.
Today we will review 5 considerations in mobile testing to help you find the right solution for you and help you move forward.
It has been nearly 2 weeks since the debut of Apple’s new flagships – iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus as well as the latest operating system – iOS 8. Three days after the launch on September 19th, Apple gave every iOS developer a stunning reason to upgrade their apps to iOS 8 – The company announced 10 million units of both iPhones, despite the absence of China in the event this year.
The most successful companies do their mobile apps in agile and use fully integrated development and testing processes. The most successful companies also track their performance carefully. To achieve higher efficiency and lower costs, you need to understand the impact of various parameters to your top line and bottom line.
Droidcon Berlin is back. As one of the largest Android events in Europe, not only has Droidcon Berlin been influencing the Android community since its debut, but also it is a wonderful conference for all Android enthusiasts to share and exchange ideas. Because of that, we will bring the latest Testdroid to Droidcon Berlin held at STATION Berlin on May 8 – 10.
Year 2013 will come to an end soon. We’d like to thank you for using Testdroid services for your mobile app testing. And we wish you have a good holiday season.
Overall, the mobile app testing environment is getting better year over year. We at Testdroid have been dedicated to building the easiest-to-use and the most systematic mobile test automation tool for Android and iOS ecosystem. Our vision is to guarantee that mobile developers can always build super robust and reliable automated tests with Testdroid.
Every organization is unique and have their own way to manage mobile app development. The same applies to their testing effort. In today, there are plenty of options for non-developers to do testing without the need to understand the code. Likewise, there are plenty of ways for developers to do testing – automated, instantly, and reliably on real devices.