Thank you to everyone who attended our webinar – Best Practices for DevOps in Mobile App Testing. Ville-Veikko Helppi (Testdroid Technical Expert) shared his expertise and opinions on how to adopt DevOps methodology in day-to-day app testing and project management.
Two days ago we hosted a webinar featuring the best practices in mobile game testing. Our Technical Product Manager Ville-Veikko Helppi shared his expertise and opinions on the most critical aspects in mobile game testing, leveraging test automation for daily game development and testing, and key things to build a revenue generation mobile game.
Connectivity is one of the key aspects when building mobile games. Typically, mobile games communicate over the internet with various different entities; app markets (e.g. Google Play), directly with other players and their devices, or your own back-end servers. When it comes to mobile game development, both indies and major game studios are struggling to make an ideal environment for testing massive multiplayer setup. This is one of the areas where test automation can provide you with significant benefits.
Mobile gaming (and game development) is booming, and that’s awesome! We’ve seen here at Bitbar how certain Android and iOS games have been developed from the scratch, tested, published, and how those games have quickly become highly popular among gamers. Nothing beats that feeling when you see all that happening, the process that eventually makes that game robust, bullet-proof and fantastic performing.
Mobile app testing can be time-consuming, error-prone and sometimes expensive – if not done the right way. Furthermore, mobile app testing is a yet critical task as part of your development process to ensure your users will have a positive user experience when they use your mobile app. It is absolutely necessary that you make sure that the user experience is awesome for every consumer every time they use your app, and that starts from the very first try.