No matter what industry you are in, it is always a challenge to make every of your customers happy and satisfied. By the time a customer specifically points out that your service or product is of extremely low quality, however, your reputation is gone.
Bitbar Testing provides a highly scalable device farm and testing infrastructure for agile mobile app testing to speed up the quality assurance of business-critical applications. With the support of all open source technologies, Bitbar Testing streamlines mobile DevOps processes and accelerates app delivery by reducing mobile test cycle. Our service is trusted and adopted by Global 2000 companies for CI/CD pipeline setup, maximal device coverage and device lab management.
Like in any field of the world, achieving success requires some key factors – there’s hard work and there’s luck. But there are also one or two things that have killer impacts, making all the difference. And it’s that point that makes top mobile games/apps stand out from the crowd.
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 that test scripts, automation components or application need for a test execution.
Last week we discussed about the benefits of containers for mobile app testing. In this blog we’ll take a look at quite typical ingredients for iOS containers and how to use those for iOS test automation.
Reserve your seat now and mark your calendar! Our next webinar will go through how you can leverage test automation frameworks to test mobile applications built with react native. The webinar will include a Q&A session at the end so join us to ask our expert about how to adopt test automation for your react native apps.
As in today’s digital world, mobile apps are dominating human being’s daily lives, from banking to eating to traveling. It’s no secret that mobile is taking over web in the foreseeable future and that a mobile app is a must and ideal access point for servicing customers.
Bitbar will exhibit at IBC 2016 in RAI Amsterdam during Sep. 9th to 13th with an array of our latest mobile app testing solutions and our thoughts on how to consolidate mobile strategy for business. IBC is the premier annual trade show held in September for professionals engaged in media and entertainment, content creation and technical associations around the world. As the first time exhibitor, we will be presenting us at IBC Launch Pad at Hall 9. Come to visit our booth at 9.LP28 if you are also attending the conference and we would look forward to having a face-to-face talk with you about your current and future mobile plans.
Behaviour-Driven Development (BDD) gathers supporters for many obvious reasons as it is readable (by everyone), understandable (across teams and functions) and accountable (metric-driven for success/failures). Cucumber is a great example of optimized tool/framework to create such tests. This allows basically anyone (developers, QA, testers etc.) to write specifications in any spoken language that then gets executed as automated tests against mobile app(s). Furthermore, this sort of BDD approach incorporates the main standards of test-driven development (TDD) and provides a shared view and process for collaboration between all stakeholders.
Let’s look how to setup Cucumber and how to combine it for some standard test automation frameworks (Appium / Selenium).
More and more netizens rely on mobile devices rather than desktops to do searches, look for services and do shoppings while they are on the go. And many of today’s mobile apps utilize Internet browsers and web technologies.