I hope everyone had a relaxing holiday break and you are back with full of energy to experience some of the coolest stuff in mobile app testing. It’s an awesome opportunity to start a new year with a great webinar hosted together with our friends from Applitools. This webinar will be on the 20th of January 2016 at 11am PST / 2pm EST / 7pm GMT.
There will be lots of great tips and tricks and insights to best practices shared here, so reserve your seat right away. And as always, we’ll be having a Q&A at the end of this webinar so if you have any questions about mobile app testing, using visual testing, devices on cloud or anything else related to this topic, we’ll be happy to answer your questions.
Description of the Webinar
Malfunctioning mobile apps result in user desertion and revenue loss. Unlike web apps, changes and updates to mobile apps are difficult to roll back once released to production. Combined with high user intolerance to UI/UX bugs, it is imperative for development teams to only release perfect apps.
With hundreds of mobile devices, screen resolutions and operating systems combinations, and frequent release cycles, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to ensure that each app version is released free of visual and functional bugs. This is where automated visual testing comes into play.
Join test automation experts Adam Carmi (Applitools) and Ville-Veikko Helppi (Testdroid), and learn how you can ensure flawless app functionality, while easily avoiding UI bugs and visual regressions across all mobile devices:
- How to use your day-to-day tools for testing mobile apps on real devices in the cloud
- How to build robust and scalable tests that ensure flawless usability and appearance
- Live demo of a cross-device visual test on real devices in the cloud with Appium/Selenium
- Best practices and advanced techniques for testing mobile apps
After the demo, we’ll hold a Q&A session with the hosts.
About the Speakers
VP R&D, Applitools
Prior to Applitools, Adam was the VP R&D of Safend – an information security company, and worked as a researcher at IBM and as a software architect at Intel. Adam holds B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Computer Science from the Technion, and is the organizer of the Selenium IL Meetup group.
Head of Demand Generation, Testdroid
Ville-Veikko (aka ‘W’) has more than 15 years of experience in the embedded software industry, holding engineering, business and leadership roles. W holds a Master of Science in Technology (Embedded Systems) and a Master of Science in Economics and Business Administration (Marketing) from the University of Oulu in Finland.