Everyone would have different interpretations of what leads to high customer retention and high app ratings depending on the contexts. In the field of mobile app testing, the key to the optimum is really about maximizing your device coverage and ensuring your app testing cover the majority of popular devices that your customers use. And that is also one of the biggest benefits that you can reap from mobile device cloud vendors.
In the last post, we have touched upon some best practices of organizing XCUIElements for scalable UI tests with Swift enumeration. While architecting iOS app testing with XCUITests for iOS devices with different screen sizes, we should also consider the scalability and maintainability of our code. We have to make sure XCUITest tests would run flawlessly on all iOS variants without causing a lot of code duplication by architecting XCUITest tests in a proper manner. In this post, we will see some best practices of architecting XCUITests for different screen sizes.
Dear Bitbar Testing users,
There will be a big change related to our iOS capabilities during the next release update. The release is scheduled to start on next Tuesday May 23rd at 11PM PST / Wednesday May 24th at 8AM CET. And it takes about 2 hours for the update and maintenance.
Location: In the Cloud
Date: Starting July 23, 2013
Dress code: All variants of iPhones and iPads
Hosted by: Team Testdroid
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